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The Road Safety Trust is accepting applications to its new small grants programme for local road safety pilots and trials.

The main aim of the Small Grants Programme is to improve road safety at a local level.

Brought to you by locality

You can apply for three types of grant funding if you are preparing a neighbourhood plan:

  • Basic grant funding
  • Additional grant funding
  • Affordable housing for sale grant funding

Recent reports from Which? show that rural communities are disproportionately affected by cuts to the UK's cash machine network.

The new fund, launched by UK ATM network Link and UK Finance, will give members of the public the chance to apply for a free ATM machine.

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Expert advice plus grants and loans for community groups who wish to take ownership of their local pub.

More than a Pub has reopened for applications, with £2.2 million available to support communities to take ownership of pubs.

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Historic England is inviting expressions of interest to a new High Streets Heritage Action Zones Scheme (HSHAZ). The scheme offers grants of up to £2million to deliver physical improvements and community activities to regenerate historic high streets or town centres. 

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PCC’s new road safety fund opens for applications

A new £500,000 fund for projects tackling road safety in Warwickshire has been opened for applications by the county’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Philip Seccombe.

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The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has announced that it is committing £6 million over the next two years to support community-led housing in England.

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These are a series of small grants of £500 towards events designed to bring the community together. We have confirmed with WMCA that parish Councils will be eligible to apply in their own right or they can encourage local community groups to do so on their own or in conjunction with the Parish.