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Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in St Margarets and North Twickenham.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details
Habitats & Heritage (Charity registration number: 1140872) £5,000 March 2022

The organisation received funding towards an Eco Festival to be held alongside St Margarets Fair as well as towards developing a brand for the project.

ETNA Community Centre (Charity registration number: 290922) £5,000 October 2018

The organisation received funding towards improvements to the building to create a more welcoming space for users including a buggy/pram shelter, paved seating area, lighting and a noticeboard.

North St Margarets Residents' Association £2,150 October 2018

The group received funding towards sound equipment hire and marketing for a performance of words music and montage to mark 100 years since the Armistice.

The Exchange (St Mary's University) (Charity registration: 1120192) £5,000 August 2018

The organisation received funding towards ‘The Beatles in Twickenham’ project, which will capture and share local people’s personal memories of Twickenham in the 1960s.

Richmond Music Trust (Charity registration number: 1090623) £2,200 December 2017

The organisation received funding towards hosting a European Youth Orchestra to rehearse and perform in Twickenham to celebrate 40 years of twinning Richmond and Fontainebleau. The European Youth Orchestra has 65 members with 30 participants travelling from Music schools in Fontainebleau, Konstanz and Lodi, alongside the Richmond Youth Symphony Orchestra.


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.

Apply for the Civic Pride Fund

Updated: 06 April 2022

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