Funding announced for the Cornish language, plus opportunities for health charities, architectural heritage, music and the arts, people in Liskeard, cycling and against isolation.
The Arts Council has opened a consultation today to help develop their strategy for 2020-2030. Share your views, or go to their consultation event in Plymouth next week.
Current funding opportunities for local theatres, diversity in sport, music for all, holiday grants for disadvantaged children, mental health groups and environmental crisis.
Another selection of useful information that might be applicable to everyone: Tax advice, research organisation, fundraising advice and what could you do with an old train carriage?
Free items: Emergency Essential programme for families, hydration system for vulnerable people, Hidden Stories book, about living with invisible disabilities, and CEA card to get carers into the cinema for free.
A quick snapshot of the awareness-days and weeks in the month of June. See if any resonate with your organisation, and support them if you can. Share your message while the spotlight is on your area.
The Wave Project has announced that it has received funding from the BBC’s Children in Need, for surfing lessons as part of social prescribing for youngsters with mental health challenges.
Funding has been given to seven projects in Cornwall by GWR, to improve the passenger experience at stations, revitalise a derelict station, create better transport links, and build a rail-themed playground.
Funding announced to help village halls improve and update their premises. Up to £75,000 available per hall.
800 primary school children took part in the Cornwall School Spring Games at the end of March – find out more, and ensure your local school gets involved next time round.
A quick snapshot of the awareness-days and weeks in the month of April. See if any resonate with your organisation, and support them if you can. Share your message while the spotlight is on your area.
There will be a lot of bicycles coming to Cornwall in 2020, as the Tour of Britain departs from Penzance, for its first visit to Cornwall. A great opportunity to promote cycling!
Funding opportunities for – engaging people in ecology, encouraging young people in volunteering, tech for good, teaching swimming, or financial awareness to children, and peace, security, and sustainability.
Advertising for gambling is to be banned during live coverage of sporting events on TV, from the 2019-20 season, according to a new agreement.
Helping young people with Autism get involved in sport. Leisure centres and sports provision, plus communication passports.
An award for Plastic Free Penzance founder, and last minute fundraising appeal from Penzance’s Jubilee Pool.
Funding for World War One Commemoration (@Remembered2018), innovative solutions to the problem of litter, ESF Employer-led skills, and for older carers projects.
Funding for small local groups, for increasing participation in rowing, for disabled, sick or life-limited children, and for small groups encouraging physical activities.
Carrick Mind, Restormel Mind and Cornwall Sports Partnership are launching Get Set to Go, a programme using sports to help mental health.
Funding for projects to help disabled and disadvantaged groups, for the visual arts, and for youth involvement in interfaith week in November – all closing in early September.