Parish Council Grants
Each year the Parish Council awards a small number of grants to organisations that benefit the residents of the parish. CLICK HERE for an application form and more information. Contact the Clerk if you have any questions. Applications need to be received by the Parish Council by the 30th November in order to be considered for funding in the next financial year (2019/20).
Applications for the 2018/19 year are now closed but the Parish Council does sometimes make emergency grants so if your need is urgent please contact the Clerk.
COMMUNITY GRANT up to £1,500
In 2018 there was only two applications for the Community Grants - one for the £500 grant from Manshed Long Ashton and the other from Plastic Free Long Ashton for the £1,500 grant. The grants were awarded to these groups to enable the manshed group to buy tools and for PFLA to raise awareness of the problems with single use plastics and to organise litter picks and other events.
Community Grants enable residents of Long Ashton and Leigh Woods to have a
direct say in how some of the Parish Council’s money is spent. There is a total of £2000 set aside for 2
grants to benefit the community and the residents of Long Ashton and Leigh
Woods will be able to vote at a public meeting in October on which projects
should be funded.
you have an idea to make the village happier or healthier and other residents
agree, you could get a maximum of £1500 to support your proposal. A small
amount can make a huge difference to local groups, so this is your chance to
put your idea to the test of public opinion.
might make our lives more sustainable such as developing a nature reserve or improving biodiversity; or more healthy
such as tackling loneliness; or increase our appreciation of our heritage,
perhaps recording our local history. These
are just a few examples and we hope innovative ideas will be put forward to
improve community life.
Details of the 2019/20 grants will appear here early in 2019.North Somerset's Community Resilience Network
To find out about North Somerset's Community Resilience Network click here
The Community Resilience network aims to build strong, resilient communities, prepared to deal with any emergency using local resources and trained volunteers. Emergency responders will always have to prioritise those in greatest need during an emergency, especially where life is in danger. During these times, and in those first few critical hours following an incident, utilising local knowledge, skills and resources could significantly reduce the impact of an emergency. Your local knowledge and enthusiasm could make a real difference in your community. Interested in volunteering? Then find out more.
If you feel the parish could be an even better place e-mail the Clerk with your suggestions Clerk@longashtonparishcouncil.com
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