The JPK Project's aims and objectives are to provide a Residential Centre for people with a learning disability in Eastbourne. When established it will include 24 En Suite Bedsitting Rooms to allow for privacy and independence but will also include communal rooms for social interaction. It will also include practicial training and work experience and continued learning on site.
The JPK Project Registered charity number 1146743
"Happy Ruby Anniversary Tony & Carol. Enjoyed the party."
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Happy 40th anniversary, Carol and Tony,
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"Happy Birthday to Martin and Caroline."
"Happy Birthdays Martin and Carolyn, with many more to come. Much love The Errigos xxxx"
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Matt Shore has raised $2,403.29 so far
I'm setting myself a huge personal challenge for Matt Shore because I want help a local charity that do amazing work.
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Gail McKay has raised $544.27 so far
I'm I am running the Beachy Head 10k for Gail McKay because they help adults with learning disabilities
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I'm raising money this season on & off the pitch for simon mills because JPK is vital to local people with special needs
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