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Festival of Creative Ageing 2019: Funding for arts activities for older people

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Digital Funding Available.

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Lewisham Central Assembly meeting – Tuesday 9th October 2018

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The Hither Green Community Association has been planting more shrubs at the  Station to encourage wildlife. They will spend their first two years in their protective plastic collars. Eventually they will provide food and shelter for our wildlife, and great colour and seasonal interest- blossom in the spring and berries and changing leaves in the autumn. If you want FREE shrubs or tree saplings for your school, street or community space – contact The Woodland Trust. Information below. Sign up to our Newsletter (right) to hear about community volunteering opportunities. However, if you can’t wait until the autumn for your next batch of trees, you’ll find a range of tree packs and different tree protection available to buy from our online shop. …

The Red Nose Day Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund. For the fourth year in a row, Comic Relief has backed the Dispossessed Fund with a £1 million cash injection. Kevin Cahill, CEO of Comic Relief, said: “The Evening Standard Dispossessed Fund does an absolutely critical job in helping the most marginalized communities in London and we …

There is funding available for older people’s groups. Organisations working with older people can apply for funding from Lewisham’s Positive Ageing Council to help deliver small projects and activities for older people. Grants of up to £400 are available for smaller organisations in the Borough to deliver small, one-off projects or activities which: increase wellbeing through developing opportunities for older …

Transform your home this spring with up to £7,200 off home improvements Residents of Lewisham, Bexley and Bromley are already taking advantage of a great offer on home improvements, thanks to funding from the Department of Energy and Climate Change. Funding is available to local residents and landlords to help improve their properties and comes …

Capital Clean-up 2015 Capital Clean-up is the Mayor of London’s partnership campaign to help Londoners get together to spruce up their city. Community groups, charities, small businesses and schools can apply for a grant of £500-£1,500. to help  run local clean-up events. You can now apply to run Capital Clean-up activities on your street this summer. How about: Nightingale Grove, Benin Street, Stainton Road? Whether you want to turn …

Commemorate WWI in your community Community groups all over the country are finding ways to commemorate the Centenary of the beginning of the First World War. The Heritage Lottery Fund is offering grants to community projects in their Understanding the First World War project from 2014 – 2018. The funding aims to help groups, communities …

Resources for community enterprises Templates, toolkits, legal guidance and other useful resources to help you start up and run your community enterprise. ClearlySo’s funding presentation was delivered at the London Power to Change event and is a useful and comprehensive list of funding and finance for community enterprise. Start your social enterprise is a free guide …

Purpose The programme aims to empower local people, enabling them to create lasting change in their communities. Projects should be run by local people directly affected by the issues they are dealing with and priority will be given to small, locally based groups and organisations in areas of disadvantage that have a clear understanding of …

The Autumn  Lewisham Central Assembly meeting. Date:  Thursday 2nd October 2014 Time:  7pm till 9pm Location: Lewisham Methodist Church, Albion Way, London, SE13 6TB  Tea, coffee and refreshments will be available in the main hall from 6:45pm.   The Assembly is a way to make your voice heard in Lewisham Central, you can: raise issues …

The Lewisham Central Assembly is inviting bids for a share of its £12,500 Assembly fund. In addition, there is also £2,500 Councillor’s discretionary fund to support smaller projects that benefit the ward. The purpose of the fund is to support chosen Assembly priorities and help to deliver the actions in the action plan. It is …