BeatBullying lost out on major funding sources in 2013
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BeatBullying lost out on major funding sources in 2013

30 Oct 2014 | Kirsty Weakley
Tags: Funding

The BeatBullying Group lost out on major sources of funding in 2013, exacerbating its cashflow problems, and warned staff that they could be made redundant as a result.

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