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Local MP encourages local projects to apply to the Aviva Fund

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ANTOINETTE SANDBACH ENCOURAGES LOCAL PROJECTS TO APPLY TO THE 2017 AVIVA COMMUNITY FUND

This year the Aviva Community Fund is back with funding from £1,000 up to £25,000 available.

Local projects of all sizes could win enough money to change lives for the better within their community.

Since it started in the UK, the Aviva Community Fund has given money to 877 projects. Could yours be one of the lucky ones this year?

You don't have to be part of the organisation to enter a project, but it's a good idea to speak to them before you dive in.

Alternatively, you could pass on details of the Aviva Community Fund to someone else to get the ball rolling.

Antoinette Sandbach, Winsford's MP, commented:

"I am passionate about constructive community involvement, so I really want to encourage people to identify a project that will have a positive impact on their community and apply.

"You have until 10 October, and you can find all the information--including hints and tips from a host of experts--at www.aviva.co.uk."

"Good luck!"

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