- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 13 Mar 2001
- Latest award date
- 17 Nov 2017
Replacement Trees 14 Nov 2016
We have relatively modest ongoing costs, so have survived largely on our initial sponsorship. But we now have a fairly substantial repair and maintenance task for the coming year. This includes: we have lost five of our original plantings. Our overall planting was some seventy trees, so the attrition rate is not severe, but does need to be addressed. We need to replace the lost trees. We need to improve the fertility, drainage and weed control around each tree. This programme was suggested by a team from the RHS who were visiting the village. We need to improve the grass cutting and weed control and general environment of the overall site. For a single tree the cost would be minimal. But for seventy trees that small amount becomes quite a substantial figure.
Keep seniors active 18 Apr 2016
It will enable us to invite good-quality speakers and entertainers to come to the club and support our efforts to get the elderly out of their homes and become more active in older age.
New Full Size Goalposts 18 Apr 2016
As we are moving to the local school, we have been informed that we may not have fixed goalposts on the playing fields. We therefore must purchase at least one set of 'roll away' goalpost of which will be full size, to aid our teams of 13 years and upwards.
SuperNova software for a sight-impaired volunteer debt adviser
Towards the cost of attending a two day facilitation skills course in London.
Grant awarded to Mind (Cumbria) 14 Sep 2007
To support the conference, accommodation and travel costs of seven delegates from local Mind associations to attend the Mind Rural Conference in Uttoxeter on 6/7 September 2007.
To employ a consultant to assist with planning for the future.
To cover the cost of four nights accommodation in London for the Development Manager to attend Common Purpose training.
Voluntary Sector Grant to Friends of Ashton Park 06 Sep 2014
Weeding, cutting back, painting and planting are the main tasks, plus we would like to organise a free healthy snack for the volunteers as a reward.
Coordinator’s salary and training support for the coffee shop volunteers.