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Supporting Cranbrook's Communities

We want to play our part in growing a healthier, happier and more active Cranbrook.

If you live, work or volunteer in Cranbrook and have a project in the pipeline that can support people to be more active, in any way, this could be an opportunity for you to gain extra funding.

Becoming more active looks different to everyone. It’s not often as simple as joining a group or taking up a sport. We know that to truly support communities to become more active, we need to listen to the ideas of those communities. So if you have a project or idea that you think can increase physical activity habits in some way, get in touch with Move More Cranbrook to find out what support is available to make it happen.

Cranbrook Community Grants are funded by Live and Move. Grants are available for up to £3,000 for one-off projects. Move More Cranbrook can assist people to access the grants process. Feel free to have a browse; if you have any questions about these information pages please email us.

Phase One of the grants will open for established organisations (groups with their own bank account) to apply from January 2021.

Phase Two will open for non-established groups and individuals to apply soon after.

Please contact Move More Cranbrook if you would like to express interest in applying or to discuss a project idea you have – you don’t need to wait until phase two begins to get in touch.

All grant funding must be spent by 31 March 2022.

Applications Open January 2021 For the latest news and updates, follow the Move More Cranbrook social media channels: on Facebook, on Twitter and on Instagram

 

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Last updated 4 January 2021