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Market House bids for Lottery cash

By Natasha Swift 22nd March 2017

Market House bids for Lottery cash
LOOKING FOR HELP: St Austell´s Marker House

A LOTTERY grant application has been submitted to help fund multi million pound plans to save one of St Austell’s most historic building. On Wednesday the St Austell Market House Regeneration Project team reached a critical milestone in the revival of the Grade II building after delivering a Heritage Lottery Fund Stage 1 application....

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