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Cheshire West and Chester Member Budget Grants Scheme is Open.

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Member Budgets Grants Scheme 2019 — 2020

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For the 2019/20 year CWAC Councillors each have a £5000 budget that can be applied for. Grants can be between £20 and £5000 and the 2 ward Councillors can pool their grants if they wish.

Member budgets were introduced to enhance the ability of councillors to act as democratically elected representatives and to improve the quality of life and wellbeing of their local communities.

The Members Budget Grant Scheme is now open.

  • The project or supported activity should contribute to one of the Council's priority outcomes.
  • The project or supported activity should make a positive change in the local area and/or benefit the wider community.

For full details please CLICK HERE

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