Civic Pride Fund awards - Mortlake

Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Mortlake.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details

2nd Mortlake Scout Group

(Charity registration number: 1021519)

£5,000 June 2015 2nd Mortlake Scout Group will use their grant towards the cost of renovation work to the Scout Headquarters located in Mortlake.    This will involve replacing the roof, re-decoration and a replacement fence.
Mortlake Reminiscence Group £100 September
2015
The organisation has received funding for an exhibition, World War I Men of Mortlake, to be displayed at various local venues, tracing the history of the men on the roll of honour in St. Mary’s Mortlake and St. Mary Magdalene RC church memorial in Mortlake.
Mortlake with East Sheen Society (MESS) £4,713 June 2013 The grant went towards a project to restore, interpret and open to the public the St. Leonard's Court Air Raid Shelter as an interactive educational resource and museum.
Mortlake Church of England Educational Foundation (Mortlake Hall) £2,500 February
2012
The funding was used towards the resurfacing of the children’s playground. This has made the area more attractive, enjoyable and a safer place to visit.
Powerstation Art Club £1,000 December
2012
The Powerstation Art Club received funding to run a weekly art club in the Mortlake area for young people.

How to apply

Do you have a great idea for a project which could benefit the local community? The Civic Pride Fund may be able to help.

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Updated: 24 January 2017