Funding is available to community groups and organisations who deliver activities which improve the lives of people living on Bransholme, with grants of up to £500 available.
The fund aims to support activities that will encourage people to become involved in their local communities, have a better quality of life, enable people of all ages to develop new skills and encourage people to become more active.
The latest round of the Hull Crime Reduction Fund (HCRF) – administered by the Hull Community Safety Partnership (CSP) with funding from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (OPCC) – is due to close to applicants on 28 February and not for profit groups/organisations across Hull are being encouraged to apply for grants of up to £10,000.
The Dept for Education has recently announced a significant funding opportunity to support “local coordination of free holiday activities and healthy food for disadvantaged children during 2019 summer holidays”.
Our Winter survey is now open and local residents can win fantastic prizes by telling us what makes Hull a great place to live.
The survey is open to anyone living in Hull. Taking part is a great way to have your say and help improve local health and city services.
ICE are delivering these FREE 'mid-life health MOT's' throughout Hull in outreach settings such as; community venues, libraries, shopping and leisure centres, schools and workplaces - conveniently bringing the service to people that may not access support from their GP's.