28/11/2013 - Permalink

Call for funding applications to Cleobury Rural LJC

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Voluntary groups and organisations in the Cleobury Rural Local Joint Committee (LJC) area are being invited to submit their funding applications by Tuesday 7 January 2014, in time for the third round of the LJC’s funding allocation. 

Groups and organisations wishing to submit a community chest or a LJC application for funding should send a completed application form to Tracy Johnson, community action officer, Shropshire Council, Cantern Brook, Stanley Lane, Bridgnorth, WV16 4SF. 

Applications received for this round of funding allocation will be considered at the LJC meeting on Tuesday 25 February 2014, at Cleobury Country, Love Lane, Cleobury Mortimer, at 7pm. 

Shropshire Councillor Gwilym Butler, Chairman of Cleobury Rural LJC, said:

“The LJC would like to hear from local groups, especially those which have projects in the planning stages, and those who have not applied for funding before.”     

Cleobury Rural LJC is made up of Shropshire Councillors, and local parish councillors from Burford, Boraston, Coreley, Cleobury Mortimer, Farlow and Oreton, Hopton Wafers, Neen Savage, Kinlet, Milson and Neen Sollars, Wheathill, Stottesdon and Sidbury.