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  • Borderlands Project secures Arts Council England £2 million backing for Tees Valley project
    BBC1 North East, Look North, 15/08/2019
  • Arts community gets a boost in the Tees Valley with £2m council funding
    B Daily, online, 15/08/2019
  • Seeds for Success
    Garden Centre Buyer, p.9, 02/06/2019

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