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Food & Drink Awards 2017

Food & Drink Awards 2017

Thu, 21 Sep 2017 09:12 by Parish Office

Food & Drink Awards 2017.

Among the finalists waiting to discover if they will be picking up one of the highly-regarded category titles is our very own Forget Me Not Cafe, at Moulton Community Centre. More »

Everybody needs goods neighbours - Free Event

Everybody needs goods neighbours - Free Event

Wed, 20 Sep 2017 11:50 by Parish Office

Everybody needs Good Neighbours - Free Event

Hear the benefits of running a Good Neighbour Scheme, Listen to first-hand knowledge of existing schemes, The opportunity to meet other groups & organisation, Professional support available. More »

FREE event on Tuesday 21st November 2017
Moulton Community Centre, Sandy Hill, NN3 7AX
11.30am-3.30pm

To book your place and free lunch call Rebecca Breakwell at Northants Acre on 01604 825884

See attached for more information and agenda for the day.

Capital Grants for Rural Community Buildings

Capital Grants for Rural Community Buildings

Mon, 18 Sep 2017 11:53 by Parish Office

Capital Grants for Rural Community Buildings

Daventry District Council has set aside an additional £30k this financial year for capital grants. However, this 'top up' is for specific purposes:

· The grants are for improvements to rural community buildings, (eg. village halls) or for rural buildings that are managed/owned by rural not-for-profit organisations. More »

· The capital works must demonstrate one or more of the following:

- How they will improve the business offer of the building

- How they will improve local service provision

- How they will give rise to employment opportunities.

· The grant will be to cover up to 50% of capital costs with a maximum grant of £10,000

· There will be an application window which will be announced shortly. The window is likely to be through September and October with a deadline for applications to be returned in November.

· Successful applicants are likely to be informed in December.

· We may have to modify our existing capital grant application form for this specific grant.

Some examples of eligible projects could be:

· Creating a business meeting room with AV equipment and Wi-Fi capability.

· Improving the comfort of the hall to attract more bookings from micro-businesses (eg. fitness instructors and educators).

· Provision of space for a community service such as a day nursery or pre-school

More details to follow shortly.

All the best,

Tim.

Tim Cantwell

Community Development Co-ordinator

Daventry District Council

Tel. 01327 302312

Email: tcantwell@daventrydc.gov.uk » Less