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Find out about Civic Pride Fund grants awarded in Teddington.

Grants awarded
Group Total Date Details
Landmark Arts Centre (Charity registration number: 1047080) £5,000 January 2020

The organisation received funding towards a community art project to engage and challenge people of all ages, ability and experience to create a piece of artwork each day for 25 days. Works can be of any medium, for example drawing, craft, poetry, photographs, or videos of performance-based activities.

Ruils (Charity registration number: 1127896) £4,786 February 2018

The organisation received funding towards transforming an unused piece of land at the Shacklegate Allotment in Teddington into a local hub for disabled children, adults and people with long term health and mental health issues to work together to grow flowers, fruit and vegetables.

Park Lane Stables (Charity registration number: 1161306) £5,000 December 2017

The organisation received funding towards the set-up of a Carriage Driving Project in Bushy Park for disabled children and adults.  This will ensure that more severely disabled clients (for example those unable to ride a horse because they are wheelchair bound) have the opportunity to take part in sporting activity. The sessions will last for 30-60 minutes depending on suitability and experience and will help approximately 100 participants per year.

Teddington District Woodcraft Folk (Charity registration number: 8133727) £4,769 July 2017

The organisation received funding towards camping equipment so they can engage more young people and families in their outdoor activities and trips.

 

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: 09 November 2020

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