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Lichfield projects earn a share of £2,750 funding pot

Members of some of the groups benefiting from the Community Dividend Fund money

Members of some of the groups benefiting from the Community Dividend Fund money

Two projects in Lichfield are celebrating after sharing a £2,750 funding pot.

The money has been given out by Central England Co-operative’s Community Dividend Fund and will go to:

  • St Mary’s in the Market Square, where £2,000 will pay for an induction hearing loop and sound desk.
  • Copperfields Club off Boley Lane, where £750 will buy new chairs for those who live at the sheltered accommodation for the over 55s.

Boley Park Co-op store manager Kev Morris said: “We are delighted that these great projects and good causes have been handed a grant for the great work they do in the community.

“Community Dividend Fund grants like this showcase how being a member and continuing to support Central England Co-op helps us as a society continue to invest and fund vital projects in the local area.”

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