Ten organisations working with young people receive grants totalling £5,000 from the Fenland Youth District Council

Members of Chatteris Cricket Club put their case to the YDC Members of Chatteris Cricket Club put their case to the YDC

Tuesday, April 1, 2014
3:29 PM

Ten organisations working with young people were awarded grants totalling £5,000 at an extraordinary meeting of the Fenland Youth District Council.

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In a marathon session lasting nearly four hours, the young councillors assessed 19 separate applications, with 10 of the groups giving brief talks or presentations.

The end-of-year “great grants giveaway” was held to decide how to allocate the £5,000 remaining in the YDC’s grants kitty for 2013/14.

The successful applicants were:

• Cambridgeshire Army Cadet Force (March & Wisbech Detachment)

Awarded £750 towards the purchase of laptops which will be shared between the March & Wisbech detachments to be used for learning, delivering presentations and development programmes

• Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service (Fenland)

Awarded £750 towards the purchase of IT equipment which will be used during a 12-week programme made up of different elements, including work placements, community projects, community engagement and employment skills

• Chatteris Cricket Club

Awarded £300 to be used to buy a new bowling machine to help with the coaching of young sportsmen and women at the club

• Chatteris St Peters Tennis Club

Awarded £500 towards the cost of a 12-week Lawn Tennis Association junior tennis coaching course provided by a LTA qualified coach

• Murrow & Parson Drove Youth Club

Awarded £300 towards the cost of a coach to enable a group of up to 30 young people to attend a team building day and a local outdoor activity centre

• Wisbech 2nd Orchard Scouts

Awarded £600 towards the cost of buying outdoor equipment to enable Scouts to go on adventures and prepare them for the Duke of Edinburgh Awards scheme

• Ernie’s Amateur Boxing Club (Chatteris)

Awarded £500 towards the purchase of ABA standard headgear and boxing gloves, to enable the young boxers to participate in local and regional competitions

• Commotion Youth Group (Whittlesey)

Awarded £750 towards the cost of taking 10 young people on a 1.5 day residential trip to a local outdoor activity centre, and to gain a recognised ASDAN qualification

• Whittlesey Youth Action Group

Awarded £250 to purchase DJ equipment to be used at the youth club by the young people, and for parties and other events

• 4th March Rainbows

Awarded £300 towards the cost of sending the young Rainbows to the Eastern Regional Annual Rainbow Safari at Colchester Zoo in July.

Details of the 2014 / 2015 grant scheme will be announced in May.

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