Civic Pride Awards - Ham, Petersham and Richmond Riverside
Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Ham, Petersham and Richmond Riverside.
|Park Lane Stables (Charity registration number: 1161306)||£2,180||May 2022||The organisation received funding towards a Platinum Jubilee Celebration event for their Riding for Disabled (RDA) riders and volunteers.|
|Ham and Petersham Cricket Club||£4,661||November 2021||The organisation received funding towards an extended non-turf cricket pitch to expand the playing facilities.|
|Ham and Petersham Cricket Club||£2,652||June 2019||The organisation received funding towards refurbishment of the pitch and new practice equipment and posts.|
|Art and Soul (Charity registration number: 11732680)||£4,982||June 2019||The organisation received funding towards their studio programme, Art House exhibition and World Mental Health Day event to support people with differing mental health issues.|
|Petersham and Ham Sea Scouts (Charity registration number: 303819)||£5,000||April 2019||The organisation received funding towards the cost of a new skerry – an eight-oared rowing boat with a capacity of 12 – to be used by its members and by the Petersham and Ham Scout Boating Club.|
|TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young People (Charity registration number: 1170534)||£4,881||December 2018||The organisation received funding to make existing equipment at Ham Youth Centre more accessible to ensure none of the youth club members are excluded from taking part in activities.|
|St Andrew's Church (Charity registration number: 1135096)||£5,000||September 2018||The organisation received funding towards improving the visual connection of the grade II listed WWI Ham Memorial to the Village of Ham by improving the acid grassland on Ham Common. This includes clearance of scrub and brambles, tree planting, installation of bat and owl boxes and restoration of broken and missing fence sections.|
|Richmond Park FC||£5,000||May 2018||The organisation received funding towards extending girls’ football provision by providing coaching training, pitch hire and equipment.|
|TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young People (Charity registration number: 1170534)||£4,980||June 2017||The organisation received funding towards running an activity club for children and young people with disabilities aged between 10 and 15 years, based at Ham Youth Centre. The club will be open on alternate Friday evenings including school holidays and bank holidays (26 weeks) from 6 to 7.30pm. It is expected that 20 children and young people will attend each session.|
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.
Updated: 31 May 2022