In Brief: Jack Charlton kicks off regeneration project

England World Cup winner Jack Charlton kicked off a £2 million regeneration project in his native Northumberland this week. The money will be spent on transforming a derelict former miners' welfare centre in Ashington into a community facility. The Hirst Welfare Centre will house a football centre of excellence, with £500,000 from the Football Foundation.

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