Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Mortlake.
Mortlake Community Association
(Charity registration number: 282067)
The organisation received funding to repair the raised beds at the Mortlake Community Garden in Alder Road.
The garden was set up in July 2008 as a community space to grow flowers, vegetables and fruit and for wildlife to flourish. The garden is always open and is for everyone locally to enjoy and join in if they wish. All the beds are raised so that they are easily accessible for wheelchair users and the elderly.
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
|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.|
|West London River Group||£5,000||May 2014||The organisation received funding to install five new seats along the Thames Tow Path in the London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames.|
|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
|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
|The Powerstation Art Club received funding to run a weekly art club in the Mortlake area for young people.|
Updated: 26 April 2018