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Trafford Council £20,000 2017 Be Bold Community Safety Grants Scheme Deadline Extended to Friday 28th April 2017!

Trafford Council has £20,000 of Be Bold Community Safety Grants up for grabs from Monday 6th March 2017. The money is to support individuals and local community groups looking to set up community projects to help tackle community safety issues.

Through the scheme, individuals and community groups with project ideas that will benefit local communities, can bid for a share of the money. Projects need to show how they will benefit local communities by helping tackle issues such as youth nuisance and misuse of green spaces.
Applying is easy, it just needs a short application form completing, giving an outline of the project idea, why it is needed and the difference it would make to the local community.

Trafford's Executive Member for Communities and Partnerships, Cllr John Lamb, said: "The Council is committed to encouraging and supporting the many local people and community groups that are working tirelessly to improve things in their local neighbourhood. By working together, we are all able to ensure the Borough remains a safe, green and attractive place where people love to live and visit.

Through this scheme we are able to provide funding support for many of the innovative projects and ideas which are imaginative residents come up with. Their ingenuity and understanding of local issues and ideas around tackling these never cease to impress us. I am really looking forward to seeing many more new ideas coming to us in this latest grants round."


If you or your group is interested in applying for one of the grants please download the guidelines and application below:
2017 Community Safety Grant Guidelines
Application form Groups & Organisations Community Safety Grants 2017
Application Community Safety Grants Individuals 2017


Anyone who couldn't make it to the drop in sessions, but thinks they have a great community safety project idea, can contact the Partnerships and Communities Team at Trafford Council on 0161 912 3422 or log on to www.traffordpartnership.org

All applications must now be submitted by noon on Friday, 28th April 2017. Following this a panel made up of members from each local community, will consider all the applications in early May.

Anyone who thinks they have a great community safety project idea that should be considered can contact the Partnerships and Communities Team at Trafford Council on 0161 912 3422

Anyone interested on being considered to sit on the judging panel should also get in touch with the Community Safety Team on 0161 912 3422.

April 6, 2017