Inclusive Neighbourhood Grants Scheme - round four

Trafford Council has granted another £20,000 of funding to support local events and projects through the fourth round of its Inclusive Neighbourhood Grant scheme. 

Grants of up to £500 have been awarded to individuals or community groups to fund one-off events and grants of up to £2,000 have been awarded to community groups to fund on-going projects.

For the fourth round of grants for 2019, over £58,000 worth of applications were received for £20,000 of funding and groups from across the borough such as Stockdale, who were awarded £2000 to support their Juniors Club.

Natalie James-Crumlish, Fundraising Manager at Stockdales said:

“Your kind grant will help the children supported at Stockies Juniors club to get involved with high quality activities, so they can have the same experiences as other kids. That is such a wonderful thing to do, it will make such a difference to children who need that extra care and support.”

Cllr Graham Whitham, Trafford Council’s Executive Member for Communities and Partnerships, said:

We are very proud of our Inclusive Neighbourhood Grant scheme and are delighted to be able to offer financial support to individuals and community groups in the borough.

Our vision is about making Trafford a better borough for all and these grants go some way in delivering that. The money we give out will have an immediate benefit to our residents and neighbourhoods.

Successful Groups applying for funding in round four

Name Of OrganisationDescription of AwardAmount of Award

Mossfield Allotments

Disabled access for allotment sites

£1166.50

The Counselling and Family Centre

Provision of support group for new mums

£1800

Trafford relaxed sign language group

The BSL tutor for 10 weeks tuition

£450

Kids in Space CIC

Exploring the Moon project

£2000

Pulling Together Asian Women’s Group

A Taste of Asian Arts at Limelight – an 18 week project

£2000

G-Force

To establish a weekly Community Art and Social Therapy Class in Oldfield Brow.

£2000

Bridging the Gap (Manchester)

Providing Christmas Hampers from the Limelight Centre

£1,166.50

 

St Mary’s Volunteer Gardening Group

To invest in gardening project and grounds, making it sustainable for the next 5 years

£1,578.00

 

SAC32 (Stretford Arts Collective)

Programme of community-based arts activities, culminating in a three-day arts exhibition at Stretford Public Hall

£2000

 

Friends of Hullard Park

Funding to help establish an apiary

£2000

Stockdales of Sale, Altrincham and District Ltd

Weekend club for kids aged 5 -16 with learning disabilities, autism and life-limiting conditions

£2000

Trafford Parents Forum

 A Picnic for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and their families

£422.00

 

Love Partington project (under People’s Church Partington)

Partington fun day

£500

The Friends of Oak Road park

Wildflower seed spreading

£417

Flixton, Urmston and Davyhulme Carnival

Flixton, Urmston and Davyhulme Carnival Funday

£500