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Mid Suffolk Locality Awards – Local Funding Opportunities

Mid Suffolk Locality Awards – Local Funding Opportunities

As your Mid Suffolk District Councillor, I have been allocated a total of £7350 to award to community groups, organisations and projects.  The application period is now open and will close 31st December 2019.

Application Forms

Application packs which include the eligibility, exclusions, qualify activities and MSDC Strategic Priorities for 2019/20 can be viewed and downloaded from the Town Council website by clicking here.  Alternatively, application forms can be picked up from the Town Clerk at Eye Volunteer Centre, 20 Broad Street, Eye on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday between 09:00 – 15:00.

Once I have agreed the awards they will be forwarded to the Communities Grants team for payment.

MSDC Strategic Priorities

All applications should meet at least one of MSDC’s strategic priorities Safe, Strong and Healthy Communities, Housing, and Economy and Environment

Payment of Awards

Payments will be made 28th February 2020.

Completion of Project

I will maintain contact with the Award recipient to understand the impact and benefits of the award.Final Account

Awardees should provide a copy of a “Final Account” after purchase of the item or at the close project.   This should be sent to Joshua Holmes, Communities Team, Endeavour House, 8 Russell Road, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP1 2BX or email joshua.holmes@baberghmidsuffolk.gov.uk

   

Peter Gould – District Councillor

Environment Extra Ordinary Meeting – 20th September

At it’s meeting on the 18th September the Council agreed to investigate the cost of fencing off the Skate Park at the Community Centre in Eye.  Until this time the park will remain closed, due to the anti-social behaviour and vandalism which had taken place earlier in the summer.  There was a high public turn out at the Council meeting.  Including users of the park, the Community Centre and representatives of the Forge Church who offer open access youth provision called “The Base” every other Friday.

 

Following the council meeting it was felt by the Chair of the Environment Meeting Cllr Mike Smith that further discussion about the skate parks future was required urgently.  An Extra Ordinary Meeting of the Environment Meeting was called for Friday 20th September at 7:00 pm in the Town Hall.  The outcome from the meeting was to keep the skate park closed until a deep cleanse could be carried out to remove offensive graffiti and to clean the site to ensure that it is safe to be used.  The deep clean is scheduled for Saturday 28th September and a judgement will be made after the cleaning is complete as to whether the skate park is safe to re-open.

Extra Ordinary Environment Committee Meeting 20th September

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