Charity and Voluntary Sector

BIG: Four towns across the country are the first to benefit from the Big Lottery Fund’s three-year Community Buildings programme, a £50m bricks & mortar investment in village halls and community centres across England.

Aylesbury in the South East, Tewksbury in the South West, Hambleton in Yorkshire and Humber and Amber Valley in the East Midlands have all secured a slice of these first awards totalling £1.2m, giving invaluable community hubs a new lease of life.
 
Community Buildings is dedicated to investing in buildings that give communities a chance to improve their quality of life and meet local needs, by offering a range of activities & services open to a broad range of people. £50m will be distributed across England (over three years) with grants of £50,000 to £500,000 available.
Press release ~ Community Buildings programme
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