April and October
The Curry Rivel Parish Council award grants to local organisations at the April and October meetings. Unfortunately we are not able to award grants to individuals. The use of the grant must benefit the residents of the Parish.
The requirement for the grant must be financially sound followed at a later date by a report on how the money was spent. Applicants are encouraged to have more than one estimate if they propose buying products or services with the grant.
Please speak to the Clerk if you have any further question.
How to apply:
Either fill in online (when available) or print a hard copy of the Grant application form and return the completed form to the Parish Clerk (details below). The deadline for applications is the end of the second week in March or September. Be prepared for a representative to come along to the Parish Council meeting to give a maximum three minute presentation about your application and answer questions arising. Following each question and answer session there will be a brief discussion between Councillors.
The decision is normally made at the Parish Council meeting.
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