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Community Play Grant

Aims

The Community Play Grant provides grants of up to £2000 to improve opportunities for children to play on Anglesey. The overall aim of the programme is: 

“To provide greater opportunities for ALL children and young people on Anglesey to access their rights to freely chosen, accessible, quality play opportunities in their local communities.” 

What you can apply for

You can apply for: 

  • Play Areas - grant funding will be available to community groups towards enhancing play areas by using timber frame structures 

Who can apply?

Tenants and Residents groups, community organisations, local play associations, community councils, charities, clubs and societies or any constituted community or voluntary organisation with a bank account who are in a position to provide for children’s play on Anglesey. 

Schools and other statutory providers are not eligible for this grants scheme. 

Timescales

  • Grant launch – Wednesday, October 4th 2017
  • Application Deadline – Midday Monday November 6th 2017
  • Successful applications – will be notified by Friday November 17th 2017
  • End date – Invoices must be received by Friday March 2nd 2018 

Grants available

Individuals and organisations can apply for grants ranging up to £2000 

Please note: Grants will not be awarded retrospectively i.e. for costs already incurred prior to the application closing date. 

How to apply All applicants must complete an application form which can be obtained from Debbie Jones, Family First Programme Monitoring Officer; debbiejones@anglesey.gov.uk or by calling 01248 752032

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