REGENERATION NEWS BRIEF: The latest project in a programme designed ...

The latest project in a programme designed to boost the economy of a remote Northumbrian village was opened by rural affairs minister Alun Michael last week. Rivermead in Kielder contains six workshops for small and light industries. It is part of a regeneration programme launched in 1999 and part-funded by a £500,000 single regeneration budget grant from the Northumberland Strategic Partnership. The programme also includes the conversion of a redundant village school wing into England's first five-star youth hostel.

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