Funds are on offer from Fenland District Council for improvements to derelict and vacant buildings and sites.
Grants and Funding
Interested in improving the look of derelict buildings? Want to run a project in your local area that will benefit the community? Do you want to run a project that will provide an environmental benefit? There might be some money available to help you do this.
There are a few different grant funding schemes that are available. You may want to visit the Arts & Culture Statistics website, which gives community organisations statistical information on the arts, sport and culture.
Please note that we do not have any grants available at present for revenue projects (previously offered as our Community Grants Scheme). However, if your project requires funding for capital projects and it is located outside the market towns of Fenland then then you may be eligible to apply for funding through our Rural Capital Grants Scheme.
Rural Capital Grants
If you belong to a Community Group or Parish Council and are running a project to benefit local residents living in rural communities, you may be able to apply for some capital funding.
Glassmoor Local Environment Fund
A small grants fund available to groups in Whittlesey, Coates, Eastrea, Pondersbridge and Ramsey Mereside.
Whitemill Environment Fund
A small grants fund available to groups in Coldham, Friday Bridge, Elm and Rings End.
Armed forces covenant
The armed forces covenant sets out the relationship between the nation, the Government and the Armed Forces. It recognises that the whole nation has a moral obligation to current and former members of the Armed Forces and their families and it sets out how they should expect to be treated. For more information please click event title.
A small grants fund available to groups in Benwick, Doddington and Wimblington