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Funding Through Sport England and its Community Asset Fund

Sport England’s Community Asset Fund is a programme dedicated to enhancing the spaces in your local community that give people the opportunity to be active. There are a number of things that they want to achieve with this funding, but most importantly they want to...

Council Chiefs Urge Government to Expand Sports Funding

Local authority leaders have urged the Government to expand its sports funding in order to help tackle the child obesity problem. According to the national health body Public Health England, almost a quarter of reception children in England are overweight or obese,...

Charities Warned About Fake Government Grant Scheme

Charities are being warned to watch out for a fake grant scheme which has conned people and organisations out of more than £250,000 in one year. Action Fraud said that it has received 85 reports of this type of fraud since January 2017 with charities receiving bogus...

Fields in Trust’s launch new Centenary Fields initiative

In partnership with The Royal British Legion, landowners are being encouraged to work with Fields in Trust to protect sites with a tangible link to The Great War. The UK-wide project, running concurrently with the 100th anniversary of World War I has seen landowners...

WREN Community Action Fund

Waste Recycling Environmental (WREN) has start accepting applications for 2018 funding of projects that provide, maintain or improve certain types of public amenities in England. The Community Fund scheme is designed to help deliver public amenity projects within 10...

Fields in Trust – Active Spaces Programme

Active Spaces is a new UK-wide programme to secure recreational spaces in perpetuity and support community activation. Funded by The London Marathon Charitable Trust and delivered in partnership by Fields in Trust  its aim is to inspire the most inactive communities...

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