NEPAC

AcronymDefinition
NEPACNew England Patriots Alumni Club
NEPACNational Electronic Procurement Assistance Center
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In a letter to coach Constantino, NEPAC President Pete Brock wrote: "This is perhaps our proudest moment to date at NEPAC.
Benjamin Luxon, the Cornish baritone, introduced compatriot Suzanne Manuell to the Proms years ago and the soprano became a City Hall regular (although her spring concerts for Nepac at Newcastle Civic Centre will continue).
The cancer charities which came to depend on the City Hall concert will again benefit but this time the proceeds will be divided between Nepac and Northumbrian Water's favourite charity, WaterAid.
For information about NEPAC, call her on (0191) 286 0759 to find out how you can help, or visit www.
One team member, Dr Venetia Bigley, who has been supported by Nepac, has recently earned a clinical fellowship from the Wellcome Trust in acknowledgement of her important research findings.
Raising money for: Nepacs - supporting a positive future for prisoners and their families COMMUNICATIONS manager Tina Young of Northumberland said: "Nepacs, which runs the Visitors' Centre at HMP Northumberland near Morpeth, is seeking new volunteers to help support families and children of prisoners.
Nepacs works across the North East region to help promote a positive future for inmates and their families.
It is supported by the Prison Reform Trust, the Howard League for Penal Reform, Caritas Social Action Network and NEPACS.
It is co-ordinated by Action for Prisoners' Families and the service is provided by other prisoners' families support groups, including Help & Advice for Relatives of Prisoners (HARP), NEPACS Building Bridges, Partners of Prisoners' Support (POPS) and Prisoners' Families and Friends Service (PFFS).
The HMP Northumberland visitors centre, run by regional charity NEPACS, which aims to support positive futures for prisoners and their families, was opened by Princess Anne on the April 29 1993.