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Grants awarded to community groups in Burntwood

The Burntwood Grant Aid presentation

The Burntwood Grant Aid presentation

Community organisations in Burntwood are celebrating after being awarded much-needed funding.

Burntwood Town Council presented the successful Grant Aid applicants with their cheques at a recent event.

Councillor Doug Constable, Chairman of the Council, and Councillor Rod Campbell, Chairman of the Grant Aid Committee, were on hand to give out £8,000 in funding to a range of groups.

Full list of grants:

  • 1st Burntwood Girls’ Brigade – £200
  • 1st Burntwood Scout Group – £500
  • 2nd Burntwood Boys’ Brigade – £200
  • Age Concern South Staffordshire Ageing Well Service – £600
  • Burntwood Amateur Boxing Club – £250
  • Burntwood Chase Heritage Group/Sankeys Corner Arts Miner Project – £200
  • Burntwood Family History Group – £100
  • Burntwood Gardening Guild – £100
  • Burntwood Gateway Club – £170
  • Burntwood Live at Home Scheme – £500
  • Burntwood Memorial Community Association – £500
  • Burntwood RFC Sports Association – £500
  • Burntwood St Matthews Cricket Club – £300
  • Burntwood Singers – £100
  • Burntwood Swimming Club – £350
  • Chase Terrace Darby and Joan Club – £200
  • Chasetown Darby and Joan Club – £200
  • Chasetown Women’s Institute – £150
  • Cruse Bereavement Care (Lichfield and Cannock Districts Branch) – £140
  • Embroidery for Burntwood Community – £150
  • Emmanuel Church: School and Community Team – £250
  • Friends of Samuel Johnson Community Hospital – £100
  • Girlguiding: Beaudesert District Brownies and Rainbows – £200
  • Hammerwich Cricket Club – £250
  • Lichfield & District Community & Voluntary Sector Support – £400
  • The National Association of Widows (Lichfield Branch) – £100
  • Pathway Project – £500
  • The Redwood Friendship Group – £150
  • The Royal British Legion: Chasetown Branch – £150
  • St Giles Hospice – £340
  • SSAFA Forces Help – £150

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