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A paper titled 'Application for Grant Aid to Finance: Cardiff Flat Shop', which was submitted to Cardiff Council by Cardiff Community Concern of 55 Charles Street, Cardiff, in August 1975.

The layout of the document suggests it is written in response to specific (unstated) questions.

Cardiff Flat Shop was set up by Cardiff Community Concern to campaign for young single people and childless couples on their housing needs and to help them find accommodation. It was registered as a charity on 20 February 1981 and its function was later adopted by the council. Cardiff Community Concern was an alternative advice and information centre for young people run by volunteers. It became a registered charity in 1979 and has now evolved into Grassroots, the City Centre Youth Project.

The private collection of Ian Horsburgh

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