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.
While fundraising events seem commonplace today, in the early 1990s they were rare and NEPAC
was one of the first small voluntary organisations ever created in Newcastle.
By volunteering with NEPACS you can make a real difference to your own life and the lives of thousands of people who are serving a sentence in the community when their relative is sent to prison.
Staff from Nepacs
work across seven local prisons to provide support.
in the NEPACS, future for This time intu Edlon which Motivated by her enthusiasm, staff at the County Durham-based company raised over PS11,000 for Integrating Children, which provides activities and trips for young people with disabilities.
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).
GOOD cause: Nepacs
- supporting a positive future for prisoners and their families.
Last year, the award went to NEPACS, which aims to support a positive future for prisoners and their families.
is looking for extra help to create a positive future for prisoners, and to support their friends and children on Teesside, in various prisons in the area.
Last Friday, for example, at the NEPACS conference in Durham about the resettlement of offenders - where I had to talk about individual responsibility - I met up with Frank Cook, a long-time friend who was once known as 'Britain's most dangerous offender'.