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Up to £6000 funding is still available for community projects and initiatives in the Kidsgrove area. Community groups, residents’ groups, voluntary organisations and social enterprises can apply for a maximum of £1000 by filling in a simple form. The Community chest is not available for private-sector profit-making enterprises to apply to.
The community chest grants have funded many projects across Kidsgrove over the years and can be a great boost for groups needing funding in exceptionally difficult times. Some of the groups that have benefited from coomunity chest include Friends of Kidsgrove Station, Friends of Talke Miners Memorial, Friends of Clough Hall Park, The Potteries Guinea Pig Association and many more. If you would like any advice or more information, don please contact Kidsgrove Town Council on: 01782 782254.
Please fill in the application form and email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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