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Welcome to the Sunderland Partnership Website
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Sunderland Partnership has a shared vision to create a better future for everyone in Sunderland.

"Sunderland will be a welcoming, internationally recognised city where people have the opportunity to fulfil their aspirations for a healthy, safe and prosperous future."

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Last updated: 31/03/15

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