Community grant fund

The Parish Council is once again asking parishioners to choose how they wish to distribute the £3000 it has allocated towards Community Grants. A summary of the applications can be found below.

Please complete the form below with the amount that you think each organisation should receive in community grant funding.  If you do not want an organisation to receive funding, please leave their amount blank.  Please submit this form by Friday 10th March 2023.

Announcements of the successful grant applications will be made at the Annual Parish Assembly on Wednesday 29th March 2023.

This meeting is open to members of the public. Refreshments will be available from 6:30pm in the Main Hall of the Parish Centre. The meeting will then commence at 7:15pm.

Kings Coronation celebrations and a new County flag to mark this occasion.
We are seeking funding to support our activity costs of our 3 community clubs for older people in West End, this include our Social club, Kurling and Tai Chi. We will further develop our offering based on the needs and interests of our members.
To pay for ongoing maintenance & repairs to the Copse including the boardwalk, paths and boundaries.
To purchase an indoor kurling set for use at meetings and social occasions.
To assist the cost of holding events for West End Community with proceed going to New Life Domestic.
We need to purchase a new speaker for rehearsals/performances.
Purchase of high visibility clothing and maintenance of existing speed monitoring equipment.
To grow shrubs in the churchyard to provide foliage and save costs on buying or obtaining supplies further afield, along with saving associated transport costs.
To complete a pond restoration project in the Outdoor Learning Area as part of a complete rejuvenation of an outside learning space at the school.
We would like to hold a Spring disco for all children at St James Primary School - the £280 requested is to pay for the DJ to host the event.
To purchase PPE about to expire and contribute towards replacement power tools.
To continue our ongoing maintenance work on our trading hut, which is still showing signs of rust and to tackle roof damage to the clear roofing sheets. To purchase various items to assist customer to the trading hut. To encourage allotment holders and West End gardeners to join the association, to join in with our activities such as social events and to volunteer to assist the committee in providing facilities and events.
To enable the society to continue to offer a full range of speakers at our monthly meetings for members and visitors, provide a quarterly newsletter and maintain our website.
Scooters and Bikes.