Read this: Radio cuts a disaster for 'localism' and community work - UK news - guardian.co.uk
Summary: The Government's new 'community organiser' scheme has just announced its first 47 recruits in a 15 million programme yet at the same time, the biggest community organisation in the country is facing walloping cuts. Good luck to the pioneers organised by Locality, the latest in a line of arms length attempts to galvanise social action, but they will be hard put to it to match BBC local radio. It is ironic that promotion of the community organisers kicks off by saying that they are starting work 'from Cockermouth in Cumbria to Penzance in Cornwall.' Cockermouth in recent years has seen some of local radio's finest hours. - guardian.co.ukwww.guardian.co.ukRadio cuts a disaster for 'localism' and…
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