Hendon is one of fourteen communities selected to recieve three years funding to increase community participation and improve wellbeing as part of the XX Commonwealth Games, Glasgow 2014 legacy.
Back on the Map have been successful in securing £428,093 for BIG Lottery Reaching Communities funding. The Funds will be used to;
Local community activist and Back on the Map volunteer, Eddy Moore, has had his services to Hendon recognised by David Cameron!
Streetlife, the local social network, has a simple aim: to help people make the most of where they live by connecting with their neighbours.
In partnership with Sunderland City Council, ShARP, Shiney Advice & Resource Project, are holding three 'Make Your Money Go Further' events over the next few months across the city.
Christmas Opening Hours
Friday 19th December 2014 - Closed from 12 noon
Saturday 20th December 2014 - Closed
Sunday 21st December 2014 - Closed
Work is almost complete at the former Hendon Branch Library building thanks to the help and hard work of volunteers and businesses.
An independent company called CIH consultancy has been employed by Back on the Map, working in partnership with Sunderland City Council, to undertake a review of the Hendon Selective Licensing sche
Families and friends are preparing for their Christmas parties and lunches throughout Sunderland in the run up to Christmas.