Minutes of the meeting of Community First Brierley Hill held on Tuesday 15th July 2014 at St Michael’s Church commencing at 7pm. Present David Hoskin, Peter Plant, Tim Sunter As there were only three members of the panel present the meeting was not quorate. However, in view of the fact that there were five applications […]
The next meeting of Community First Brierley Hill will take place on Tuesday, 15th July 2014. The meeting will start at 7pm and everyone is welcome to attend. The agenda for the meeting is: Apologies Minutes of the previous meeting Matters arising Correspondence Grant recommendations Grant availability Black Country Rebels Brierley Hill Project St Michael’s […]
The glorious 12th…12th of June that is. The day that the Brierley Hill in Bloom flowers were planted in their containers on the High Street. The sun shone, people smiled, traders took photos, students prided in their work- quite right too. One admirer said: “…it looks like someone cares…”. Other comments made me think: we are also a town which needs to believe in itself, both as individuals and as a community.
Community First Brierley Hill met on Tuesday 20th May. They recommended £2,500 of funding for the Young Leaders project based at the Storehouse in Albion Street, and asked for further information from three other groups about where the planned participants in proposed schemes lived.
You are cordially invited to the next meeting of the Community First Brierley Hill panel which will commence at 7pm on Tuesday 20th May 2014 at St Michael’s Church, Brierley Hill. Over £20,000 of grants for local groups available!!!
News has been received this morning from the Community Development Foundation regarding the time-table for the final year of Community First funding. This is set out in the table below, with the implications being that all applications must be received by 11th November 2014 so they can be circulated for the panel’s last meeting of 2014 scheduled for November 18th.
At its March meeting of the Community First panel Nine Locks Senior Citizens Social Group and St Paul’s Neighbourhood Learning Centre were recommended for grants of £957.50 and £2,250 respectively. Looking to its last year of funding the panel also agreed to prioritise projects which help to make organisations more sustainable. Read the minutes here.
Community First Brierley Hill is a cabinet office sponsored grant scheme covering Brierley Hill ward. The next meeting of the panel to consider grant applications is taking place on Tuesday 18th March at 7pm at St Michael’s Church, Bell Street South, Brierley Hill. All residents and stakeholders are welcome to attend.
An appeal is going out for residents, community groups, schools and business to support their town by becoming ‘bloomers’ and adopting one or more of the planters which will be brightening up Brierley Hill this summer.
You are cordially invited to the next meeting of the Community First Brierley Hill panel which will commence at 7pm on Wednesday 15th January at St Michael’s Church, Brierley Hill. The panel aims to encourage participation from members of our community and all are welcome to attend its meetings.