Sunday, 11 February 2018

Lottery cash supports projects in North Solihull

COMMUNITY projects in North Solihull were among more than 30 schemes in the borough to secure funding from the National Lottery last year.
A total of £9,960 was awarded to St Andrew's Church, at Chelmsley Wood, to help with the creation of a new community garden.
A separate sum of £9,490 was handed to Smith's Wood Primary Academy, again to help with the creation of a green space. In that case the money was to be invested in a sensory garden for use by local people.
In total, 34 schemes received cash from the Lottery's coffers, adding up to more than £400,000.
People can now nominate other deserving causes for the next tranche of funding. Grants are presented in seven different categories: heritage, health, education, the environment, sport, arts and charity.
Suggestions can be made by calling 0207 293 3329 or tweeting @LottoGoodCauses. The deadline for the next round of funding is April 8.

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