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Grants for clearing village pond and school project for Gatherums area

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The following Councillor Community Grants have been given to local community good causes.

They come from East Lindsey District Council.

Coun Adam Grist gave £300 to Little Cawthorpe Jubilee Fund towards the cost of clearing the village pond.

Coun Mark Anderson gave £500 to East Coast Junior Bullets under 12s to buy protective jackets for players.

Coun Cullen gave £275 to charity Me & Dee to provide a seaside break for a family from the Mablethorpe area with a child suffering from terminal cancer.

Coun Sarah Dodds gave £500 to the Gatherums and Springside Regeneration Group to fund a project to work with a local school.

Coun Roderick Williams gave £500 to the Spilsby Pavilion and Recreation Ground to buy and fit hand driers in the pavilion’s toilets.

Coun Sandra Harrison gave £120 to Theddlethorpe St Helen’s Church to buy a wall-mounted heater.

She also gave £30 to Theddlethorpe Village Hall Committee to buy two kettles.

Councillor Harrison also gave £39.99 to Saltfleet Haven Boat Club to buy a wall-mounted heater.

Coun Terry Knowles gave £250 to the Honeysuckle Club/Grimoldby Village Hall to buy six stacking tables.

Coun Knowles also gave £250 to the 1st Manby Scout Group to buy craft and games equipment.

Coun Janet Harrison gave £800 to Mareham le Fen Village Hall and Memorial Lawn towards consultants to help put together a lottery funding application for a new village hall.

Coun Kevin Smith gave £250 Wainfleet Young Farners towards advertising and hall hire.

Coun Fiona Brown gave £200 to Chapel St Leonards Carnival Club towards the cost of publicity for the 2014 Carnival.

Coun Brown also gave £200 to New Horizons towards rent and resources.

Coun Brown also gave £200 to Anderby Parish Council to buy a public bench.

Coun Hazel Newcombe gave £300 to the 1st Hogsthorpe Brownies towards venue rent, equipment, trips and badges.

Councillor Kevin Smith gave £250 Wainfleet Young Farners towards advertising and hall hire.

District Councillors gave a total of £150 to Transition Town Horncastle to pay for publicity and venue hire for a public meeting.

 

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