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The Community Fund was set up to support projects that will help communities or the environment within the Borough of Fareham. The first things we will consider when deciding if we are able to fund a project are:-
Can it show that it will benefit a large number of Fareham residents?
Will the project be accessible to the wider community?
Will it be sustainable (i.e. will the project be able to keep running once the Community Fund money is spent)?
What have we spent Community Funding on?
£15,000 – 1st Warsash Sea Scouts towards their project to improve their Scouting Headquarters
£2,381 – Dinky Tinkers for the set-up of a parent and toddler group.
£10,000 – Titchfield Village Trust for the installation of solar panels on the Titchfield Parish Room new roof.
£2,056.05 – Funtley Village Society for equipment for the Funtley Village Fete
£3,845 – Titchfield Community Association for the refurbishment of the kitchen in the Garage Hall of Titchfield Community Centre.
St Paul's, Sarisbury, received £2,000 towards the refurbishment of their clock tower.
One Community were awarded £10,040 to set up the Fareham Community Lottery.
Titchfield Allotments Association were awarded £1,800 to pay for a composting toilet for their allotment site.
Stop Domestic Abuse received £4,999 for replacement carpets, curtains and blinds for the women's refuge in Fareham.
3rd Portchester Scouts were awarded £4,999 towards kayaks and paddleboards.
Locks Heath Colts Cricket Club received £2,244.99 for an additional practice tunnel.
Abshot Community Association were awarded £15,000 to help pay for a replacement floor in their Main Hall.