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Grants

If you are a local organisation in need of funding towards a project, you may be eligible for a small grant from the Parish Council.

The deadline for applications is 31 January 2018 for grants awarded at the Annual Parish Meeting held in April/May.

Please apply in writing to the Clerk at the Parish Centre, detailing your specific requirements and, where applicable, providing quotations. Please also enclose a copy of your organisation’s accounts.

Grant rules with further detail regarding eligibility and the grant process as well as the 2017 list of awards are available to download below.

Grant rules

Annual Parish Meeting 2017

In 2017, the following organisations were awarded a grant from the Parish Council:

Grants are awarded at the Parish Council’s Annual Parish Meeting held in April/May in a public building in the parish.   Grant cheques were presented this year to the local Scouts & Guide, playgroups and school PTAs among others.  For a full list see 2016 – 17 Grant Recipients

This year the Annual Parish Meeting was held at Frith Youth Centre and our guest speaker was Rungwe Kingdon from Pangolin Editions, who gave an interesting and entertaining talk about his sculpture foundry in Chalford valley.

Other Grant Providers

There are two other local charities in the area that provide small grants:

The John Taylor Foundation

The Foundation was set up in accordance with the Will of John Taylor dated 19th January 1732, and its endowment is open to young people who reside in the Parishes of Bisley, Bussage, Chalford, France Lynch and Oakridge – The Ancient Parish of Bisley.

The Charity for the Ancient Parish of Bisley

The Charity of the Ancient Parish of Bisley is an amalgam of several small local charities, some of which were established over 200 years ago, to help the residents of the Parish of Bisley-with-Lypiatt, including those living in Eastcombe, Oakridge, Bussage (east of the Toadsmoor Brook) and Chalford (north of the River Frome). It is administered by six locally appointed Trustees.

How they can help