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Adamstown Community And Advice Centre

Volume 932: debated on Tuesday 24 May 1977

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asked the Attorney-General what is his policy for the future of the Adamstown Community and Advice Centre in Cardiff; what is his estimate of the deficit in the centre's operation on 31st March 1977; and if he intends to fund any deficit incurred in 1977–78 to run the centre at 1975–76 staffing and service levels.

The Adams-town Community and Advice Centre in Cardiff is one of five independent law centres funded by my noble Friend the Lord Chancellor. The centre estimated its deficit for the year ended 31st March 1977 at £25,950; my noble Friend made a grant towards it of £24,345. My noble Friend has not yet determined the grant for the centre for 1977–78, but he expects that it will be sufficient to enable the centre to maintain its existing staffing and service levels.