2016-17 Padstow Town Council Grants Awarded

Feb 26, 2016 | News

Padstow Town Council is delighted to award £30,000 in Grants for 2016-17 to charities and local organisations that are either based in Padstow or Trevone.  Applications were considered by Council’s Finance and General Purposes Committee at a meeting held on 16 February 2016.

The Council awarded the following grants:

Padstow & District Flower Club                              £150
Padstow Sailing Club                                              £500
Padstow Sea Cadets                                            £2,150
St Petroc’s Senior Citizens Club                           £1,000
Trevone Village Hall                                              £1,000
Padstow Enterprise Youth Club                               £250
Padstow Preschool                                                  £400
Padstow Girlguiding                                                 £500
Padstow Trefoil Guild                                               £100
Friends of Padstow School                                    £1,000
Padstow Memory Café                                             £500
Padstow Keeping on your feet class                        £200
Padstow & District Lions Club                                  £500
Padstow Baby & Toddler Group                               £150
Wheal Jubilee MG Trust                                           £500
Padstow & District Community Transport              £1,000
Padstow Area Tourism & Business Forum          £11,000
Padstow Christmas Lights Committee                   £4,200
Padstow Museum                                                   £1,000
Royal British Legion – Padstow                                 £200
Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust                                   £200
St Petroc’s Church                                                     £500
St Petroc’s Church Friday fun night                           £400
The Kernow Players                                               £1,000
Padstow Memorial Hall                                           £1,000
Coastguard Association – Padstow branch                £500
Crafternoonies                                                           £100

Padstow Town Council is pleased to support the local community and proud of its Grants Policy which is funded by the Council’s two car parks and property rental income. The Council does not need to set a precept (parish/town cost) on top of the Council tax set by Cornwall Council. In fact Padstow is the only Town Council in Cornwall not to charge a precept.

If you think your organisation could benefit from a Padstow Town Council Grant, please view the Grant Policy below which gives details of eligibility criteria and the application process.   Applications for 2017-18 grants will be invited in October 2016 details of which will be available on our website, notice boards and social media.

Grant Policy

 

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  1. Wendy & Derek Lindsey

    Well done to Padstow council

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