AIB funds special needs village


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Allied Irish Bank (GB) is funding a £4m development in Kings Norton, Birmingham, for adults with learning difficulties.

The 1.62 acre development is to be developed into a self-contained care village by local company Care Through The Millennium (CTTM) with funding from Allied Irish Bank (GB)’s Birmingham branch.

The development, which started in November, will be completed in 12





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