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(UK) Heref: $574K to meet "increasingly complex needs" of students

July 2, 2024, Hereford Times: Herefordshire education group launch HUGE expansion plans

W. Midlands

A Herefordshire charity has launched ambitious plans to support more local young people with special education needs and disabilities.

Currently celebrating its 10th anniversary of providing specialist education, therapy and support in Hereford, National Star opened the Eveson Centre at Ledbury Road in 2020, designed to provide the specialist environment to meet the increasingly complex needs of learners.

In just four years, the number of young people attending National Star has grown by 50 per cent. In response, the charity has launched a £450,000 [$574K] appeal to expand its facilities to meet the growing need.

. . .The construction project will cost £685,000 [$874K]. . . .

 “Our growth shows the incredible need in Hereford. These new facilities will enable us to support more young people and be able to adapt to meet their needs. We passionately believe that the young people of Hereford are worth investing in, but we need your help to make that happen. . . . 


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