RHWE

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AcronymDefinition
RHWEReviving the Heart of the West End (Newcastle, UK)
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Along the way, he has received help from Business Sparks, an enterprise programme run by Reviving the Heart of the West End, which introduced him to Pink Boutique, the successful venture launched by Alice Hall initially to help her pay the bills and which now turns over millions of pounds.
The Reece Group businesses, The Reece Foundation and LGA Foundation, which is the personal charity of chairman John Reece, and wife Sue, have donated more than PS15m to a large number of programmes including Children North East, The West End Women and Girls Centre, Scotswood Community Garden, Newcastle City Juniors Newcastle Council leader Nick Forbes and Reviving the Heart of the West End.
The Reviving the Heart of the West End plan has been helped by Government and Euro cash and could feature a call centre, motor showroom and information technology centre.
Mahi Khanam, Fawn Lamb and Sonya Hussain received funding from Reviving the Heart of the West End (RHWE).
Recruitment is now under way for Business Sparks, an innovative short course run by Reviving the Heart of the West End (RHWE) for people aged 16 to 24.
IREMEMBER he came in and said he wanted to do back flips for a living and started flipping across the room," says Alexandra Johnson, chief executive of enterprise charity Reviving the Heart of the West End (RHWE).
Reviving the Heart of the West End Ltd (RHWE), in Benwell, Newcastle, has awarded scholarships to the students as part of its campaign to champion the value of higher education for young people in the community.
Bright Sparks is run by charity and development trust Reviving the heart of the West End, which gives young people the opportunity to develop their entrepreneurial skills, while providing them with start-up funding for their ideas.
Louise will receive pounds 6,900 from St Nicholas' Trust towards her tuition fees, and a further pounds 1,000 each year from Reviving the Heart of the West End (RHWE) towards general living costs.
PEACE OF Mike O'Beirne The programme has won acclaim from a diverse range of clients including The Pen Shop, Derwentside College, Pagan and McQuade Opticians, and charities The Percy Hedley Foundation and Reviving the Heart of the West End, all of whom praised the dedication and knowledge of the employment team and the high levels of customer care.
The Tynemouth youngster is filming the progress of young people taking part in a project run by the Reviving the Heart of the West End charity.
Reviving the Heart of the West End Ltd (RHWE), a charitable trust based in Benwell, has launched a Community Grant Fund for 2011/12.