boost to Burnham-On-Sea and Highbridge community groups
£10,000 was awarded to local community groups in Burnham-On-Sea
and Highbridge this week by the Town Council.
of Burnham and Highbridge Town Council's Policy and Finance Committee
discussed several applications at its latest meeting and approved
several of the bids.
Mens Shed project, also known as Boshed, received £995.67
towards running costs and training visitors in practical skills
at its base at Morland Hall in Highbridge.
Youth Provision Networking Group received a £350 grant for
its work in providing support to young people in Burnham-On-Sea
in Somerset was granted £1,000 to recruit a community support
worker who will be in Sedgemoor for one day a week to offer support
to people in crisis.
Burnhams Chamber of Trade secured a £4,500 grant towards
the costs of installating the Christmas lights in the town.
Zone Youth Club, based at the Bay Centre on Cassis Close secured
a £3,500 grant towards funding projects for young people to
learn new skills, as we reported here.
deferred an application from Somewhere House in Burnham-On-Sea for
£2,500 towards running costs and drug and alcohol rehabilitation
projects until a representative of the group can attend a future
meeting to give more information.
grants are subject to the approval of the full Town Council at its
meeting in September.