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Funding available to help boost local projects

PUBLISHED: 11:00 09 June 2018

Councillor Mark Bee. Picture: Suffolk County Council

Councillor Mark Bee. Picture: Suffolk County Council

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The application process for community groups and organisations to get project and activity funding has opened.

Waveney District Council’s Community Enabling Fund offers groups the chance to apply for up to £2,500.

Councillor Mark Bee, leader of Waveney District Council, said: “The Community Enabling Fund is once again open to community groups which provide support and activities for local people. We are very much looking forward to receiving applications for a broad variety of projects which directly benefit Waveney residents.”

There is £26,049 for the year, with application advice saying to focus on promoting health and wellbeing, with increased access to leisure, arts and cultural facilities.

Projects must start from August 1, 2018 and finish by July 31, 2019.

Visit www.eastsuffolk.gov.uk/waveney-community-enabling-fund or call 01502 523334 or email grants@eastsuffolk.gov.uk.

The deadline for applications is 12 noon on Monday 9 July 2018.

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