The Parish Council’s grant scheme is intended to provide the financial support that will help to promote those community organisations active within the parish that work for the benefit of the residents.
Grants can be made to existing as well as newly formed organisations, but note that it is not possible to consider providing grants to national organisations not having a locally based group. Organisations must be properly constituted, non-profit and be able to demonstrate that their activity benefits Westerleigh residents.
Each application will be considered on its merits, and, because the budget is limited, grants will not necessarily be available on an annual basis. Applications are discussed and awarded at Council meetings in May and November.
Applications will be considered under the following categories:
Supporting the provision of opportunities for independent living and providing support and assistance where necessary.
Supporting a wide range of activities for young people and helping to meet their social, educational and leisure needs.
Arts & Culture
Supporting community involvement in local arts and cultural activities and promoting cultural services that benefit Westerleigh
Sports & Recreation
Supporting community participation in local sports and leisure activities and enabling clubs to develop and improve the sporting infrastructure.
Highways & Transport
Supporting access and sustainable transport schemes by community and voluntary groups.
Enhancing the Environment
Improving Westerleigh’s environment environmental resources by supporting schemes that improve the appearance of the parish. For example nature conservation, recycling schemes, planting and decorations.
Examples of the types of organisations who will be considered for grants include:
Support and advice
If you have any questions, or need help in completing the application form, please contact the Parish Clerk:
Clerk to the Council
Westerleigh Parish Council
Grants may also be available from South Gloucestershire Council:
See AWG A5 Flyer