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Small Grants Applications

October 11, 2017: A Photo of a Photo by Simon Kench

Small Grants Large Cheque Presentation of £6630 to local Bridlington Organisations and Clubs.

Since 2009, the Bridlington Town Council has awarded small grants to local groups and community-based projects in and around the Bridlington area. To apply for a small grant of up to £500, download the grant application pack, fill in the grant application form, and supply it with all the relevant documentation to the Town Council offices.

Completed applications should be handed in to the Council around either March or August every year; for more information as to when grants will be considered, contact the Council for a more definitive date. Grants can be awarded for anything up to £500. For more details, please contact the Town Council offices.

Small grants will next be considered in March 2018; any organisation wishing to apply should ensure that completed forms are submitted to the Town Council offices by February 2018. Forms can be obtained from the website or by contacting the office on 01262 409006 or

Bridlington Cricket Club were granted £500.

Kingfisher Cafe were granted £500.

Bridlington Lawn Tennis Club were granted £500.

East Coast Churches & Community Music Festival were granted £500.

Regent Archers were granted £250 and Bridlington Millau Petanque Club were granted £500.

Bridlington Sea Cadet Corps were granted £500.

RNLI Bridlington Lifeguards were granted £500.

Bridlington Sports & Community Club were granted £500.

Angela Bare (Mastectomy Charity Element) was granted £500.

Royal Engineers Association were granted £150.

RVS Lunchbox Club were granted £500.

Bridlington Men in Sheds were granted £500.

Sing for Life were granted £250.

Other Organisations who were not present at the cheque presentation were Remarkable Arts who were granted £280 and Bridlington Contemporary Gallery who were granted £200.