Grant funding available

February 09th 2023

As part of its annual budget the Parish Council sets aside a small amount for grants, as it recognises the importance of supporting groups, organisations and charities that benefit the local community.

The total figure available for grants in the 2022/23 budget is £600, and to date no applications have been received for this financial year.

In addition the Council has set aside £500 in a ‘Celebrations’ budget for 2023/24.

The Council is inviting all applications that relate to any planned community Coronation events in St Erth to be submitted no later than 12:00 noon on Wednesday 1st March, either using our online form or via a paper copy, for consideration by the Council at its next meeting on 7th March.

As with any grant applications, these will only be considered from local non-political, non-profit making groups, organisations or charities and there are certain criteria that need to be met.  For more details take a look at our Grant Policy and application form or contact the Clerk on clerk@sterth-pc.gov.uk or ring 07563 164661.

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