A public meeting on Thursday 12th
November at 7.30 pm at the Chapel will decide which project will receive the grant. So if you have a project that will benefit the community and need some cash for the project please email email@example.com
with some details of the project.
You will be able to explain your project to the public meeting for up to ten minutes and to answer any questions. If you want to use a powerpoint presentation there will be a projector, screen and laptop.
The grant will be at least £300 – paid by BEAT. However, any money donated to BEAT via https://localgiving.com/charity/beat up to the 12th November will be added to the £300. Any donation to BEAT can be Gift Aided if you are a taxpayer, which will add 25% to your donation.
At the public meeting we will also have two speakers: Olivia Walter will speak on her trip to Indonesia helping tigers avoiding being caught by hunters and Ashley Sharp will be speaking on his Transcontinental Race bicycle trip from Belgium to Istanbul.