Great to see the story about the expansion of the village hall in today’s edition of the Shropshire Star – read the story here. The expansion is possible thanks to Telford & Wrekin Council’s Community Pride Fund which awarded £95,000 towards the work. Advertisements
Awarded £27,719 to open up a low cost grocery shop Heavenly Quest is a non-profit making Community Interest Company that opened in Dawley in 2010. It runs along similar lines to a charity shop and sells pre-loved clothes and household goods at prices people can afford. Proceeds from the shop are used to provide training … More Heavenly Quest opens fruit and veg shop in Dawley
Awarded £45,000 to buy a minibus The group was set up in 2012 to provide a support and recovery programme for people who are drug and/or alcohol dependent. As well as providing help and advice about benefits, training and work, the group also offers a range of support options to help clients with their recovery … More New minibus for Telford After Care Team
The new look car park offers a much warmer and safer welcome to people visiting the club – see the earlier blog post to see what a difference the Pride work has made.
Work to refurbish and extend the Dawley Brook Scout Group’s meeting place starts in the New Year, thanks to the Community Pride Fund. Acting Chair of the group Keith Wale and building project leader Roger Oakley talk about the plans in this short video:
Awarded £55,000 from the Pride fund to level and resurface the car park Telford Hornets is a major sports club in Telford and Wrekin. Founded in 1951, the popular club has around 500 members with four senior and 10 junior teams. In July 2015, the club hosted a huge international rugby tournament for people with … More New look car park for Telford Hornets Rugby Club
Awarded £50,000 to refurbish and extend its meeting place The Scout group is one of the oldest groups in the country and currently provides Scouting to over 100 young people, with activities running four nights a week. Over the last eight years, the group has grown in numbers significantly and its popularity continues thanks to … More Saving Dawley Brook Scout Group