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Key priority: Improve Where We Live

We would like to support projects and ideas that help you improve your local area.

We would like to encourage new ideas for how to improve your community for all.

 

Ideas for projects that could be supported

Environmental projects are a way to encourage a lot of local people to get involved and work on ideas to improve your local community.

Play streets would be a great project to encourage local children and families to have fun and get to know each other better.

 

Projects that have been supported to help People Improve where you live

Bury Meadow Resident Association – was awarded a grant to install a locked gate on an alleyway and new fencing to address challenges with drugs and anti-social behaviour. This has helped improve the quality of life for local residents.

St David’s Neighbourhood Partnership –This neighbourhood group was awarded a grant for the purchase of quality, durable turf for the next stage of making their neighbourhood a wildlife friendly place – to enhance wildlife attracted to their area.

Wood Craft Folk – A local community organisation was awarded a Ward Grant for the replacement of tents so children can attend a summer camp. This organisation help children with building confidence and awareness of the society around them by putting on various programmes like the summer camp.

St David’s Hill Playgroup – A local preschool was awarded a Ward Grant for the replacement of equipment and resources so children can continue their effective learning and share this to others. This enabled the preschool to enable children to continue learning through play.

 

Our other key priorities

  1. Address Inequalities 
  2. Improve Health and Wellbeing 
  3. Get People Active 
  4. Support Communities Working Together to Address Local Needs 
  5. Encourage Volunteering 
  6. Improve Where We Live

When this content has been updated

Last updated 1 September 2020