The funding will help the Keyingham-based Club to train new volunteers and buy new equipment.
The South East Holderness Ward has nearly £34,000 to spend over 4 years to fund community projects.
The priorities for the Community First funding in South East Holderness are:
- Increase the range of activities available for young people
- Increase support for older people
- Improve the health, wellbeing and welfare of residents
It is a ‘match funding’ programme, which means that every £1 provided in funding must be matched by a similar amount of in-kind donations (this might be cash, in-kind services, free products or volunteer time).
THE NEXT ROUND of the South East Holderness Community First funding closes on Friday 15th June 2012
For more information e-mail: email@example.com or telephone: Jayne Nendick 01964 615190.