Groups get their Grant Aid at Burntwood ceremony

Some of the groups receiving their Grant Aid in Burntwood

Some of the groups receiving their Grant Aid in Burntwood

Nearly 30 organisations have been receiving their Grant Aid at a special awards ceremony in Burntwood.

Burntwood Town Council hosted its first Grant Aid Presentation Evening at Burntwood Library on December 4.

The Town Council has awarded grant aid to 30 organisations – 27 of which were presented with their grant aid cheques by Councillor Ken Humphreys (Chairman of the Council) and Councillor Rod Campbell (Chairman of the Grant Aid Committee).

Councillor Humphreys said:

“The Town Council realises the value of Grant Aid and aims to support as many different local organisations as possible.”

Full list of organisations awarded Grant Aid:

  • The Redwood Friendship Club – £150
  • Chasetown Scholars U14’s – £150
  • Burntwood Memorial Community Association – £500
  • Age Concern South Staffordshire Ageing Well Service – £600
  • Burntwood Family History Group – £100
  • Chase Terrace Darby and Joan Club – £200
  • The Royal British Legion: Burntwood & District Branch – £150
  • Burntwood Singers – £100
  • The Royal British Legion: Chasetown Branch – £150
  • Hammerwich Cricket Club – £250
  • Chasetown Womens Institute – £100
  • Burntwood Live at Home Scheme – £500
  • Burntwood Gardening Guild – £100
  • Embroidery for Burntwood Community – £150
  • Burntwood Amateur Boxing Club – £250
  • Burntwood Gateway Club – £250
  • Chasetown Darby & Joan Club – £200
  • Cruse Bereavement Care – £250
  • 1st Burntwood Scout Group – £500
  • Burntwood Pathway Project – £500
  • Chase Terrace Bowling Club – £200
  • St Giles Hospice – £250
  • Vitalise – £125
  • Cannock and Burntwood Cats Protection – £50
  • Burntwood Swimming Club – £300
  • Fusion Credit Union – £200
  • South East Staffordshire Citizens Advice Bureau – £3,500
  • 1st Burntwood Girls’ Brigade – £200
  • 2nd Burntwood Boys Brigade – £200
  • Chase Terrace Ladies Club – £100
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