Grants 2021-22

Petersfield Town Council makes grants to organisations each year. The sum involved is set by the Council during its usual budget process. The grants are to assist local organisations and clubs with projects or costs. All organisations or clubs receiving these grants must fulfill the Council’s Grant Service criteria (please refer to the Grants Policy Document link below for full details).

Grants are divided into 3 categories, termed Perennial, Community and Capital.

£500 towards school grounds projects + eco school accreditation.

Petersfield Lipreaders

£1,200 towards the provision of a qualified lipreading tutor to provide sessions via Zoom.

£1,500 towards the hire of a marquee for their Easter project 2021.

£1,000 towards running costs until receipt of perennial grant – monies spent on CLT membership.

£1,000 towards outreach service.

The last year has been particularly tough for our service users, with the closure of the outreach
service, however we provided one to one support on the telephone, internet and in person during
this time. The grant funding this year from Petersfield assists us towards our outreach rental costs
This outreach has now reopened and is enabling people with brain injury and their families and
carers to access professional training, take part in team activities and discussions and gain peer
group support.
21 Petersfield service users are currently benefitting from this service, supporting them in
improving self-esteem, confidence, and mental wellbeing, and reducing isolation.

£150 towards the purchase of security items.

£1,500 To pay for workshop leaders for 4-day Easter workshop in 2022.

£1,000 Funding towards Petersfield Music Festival in 2022.

£610 To purchase a sun sail for outside area to protect children in summer .


£1,500 To provide informal art based sessions.

£360 To assist with cost of rent and garden materials for 6 allotments.

Petersfield Infant School received £500 from the local council to improve its composting facilities. This money was spent on new rotating bins for a composting area in the playground, compost caddies for each classroom and year group recycling bins. Each classroom has a compost caddy which is then emptied into the main bins. This is then rotated and broken down into compost which will then be used to fertilize flower beds around the school. This has enabled the school to complete its objective on the Eco-Schools action plan to reduce waste in the school.

Find out more about the different types of grants, see if you are eligible and how to apply.
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