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VIDEO: Groups win almost £570,000 to improve communities

A youth cafe and a community pavilion are among the 23 projects to be awarded a total of almost £570,000 from Surrey County Council’s Community Improvements Fund.

An outdoor gym near Stoneleigh, a skate park at Puttenham and a community shop at Strood Green are among the projects to have won cash previously.

Below is a video of leader David Hodge announcing the successful bidders and a list of all the projects.

Community Group

Project

Amount of funding

Sunbury and Walton Sea Cadets

Creation of an enhanced multi-boating facility on the Thames, to increase youth activities in this area.

£30,000

St Mark’s Community Centre

Community centre improvements (parapets, guttering and roof repairs) for a vital community asset in an area of deprivation

£20,000

Epsom & Ewell Borough Council

Enhanced playground at Gatley Avenue

£30,000

Guildford Cathedral

Provide disabled access through the North Porch and West End, upgrade the sound system and install an induction loop as part of the general Cathedral upgrade project.

£29,990

Pyrford Village War Memorial Hall

Enhanced stage and community room area within a community asset

£30,000

Cobham Village Hall

Boiler replacement and remedial acoustic works to ensure that a community asset continues.

£19,000

Godalming Lawn Tennis Club

Clubhouse redevelopment so that there are the needed resources to provide capacity for free community use (10 hours a week).

 

£30,000

Charlwood Pavilion

Provide an enhanced and fit for purpose pavilion as a sports and community hub.

£30,000

St. Francis Church

Rewiring and relighting of St Frances Church building, to ensure the continuation of a fit for purpose community asset in an area of deprivation.

£23,296

Leatherhead Youth Project

Upgrading of the BFree Youth Cafe in Leatherhead to ensure it is fit for purpose as a commercial cafe as part of a thriving local enterprise.

£10,000

St. Luke’s Church, Reigate

Replacement of current extension, with a two storey building to allow for the additional provision of a meeting room to be used by community groups

£30,000

1st Byfleet Scouts

Creation of a new activity centre building for scout and community use

£30,000

Marwick Hall Management Committee

Upgrading of kitchen and associated works for the sole community facility in the locality to make it fit for purpose

£14,000

West End Parish Council

Enhanced playground in Benner Lane

£30,000

Holland Athletic Sports Club

Refurbishment of a running track and improved facilities at Mill Lane Athletics Track, Hurst Green, which would be open to all.

£30,000

Hambledon Village Shop Ltd

To develop an indoor cafe are for local community to meet

£30,000

Spelthorne Borough Council

Creation of a natural play area in Orchard Meadow, Sunbury

£20,000

Brockham Parish Council (Youth Council)

Creation of a new skatepark in Brockham, following a year long successful trial for this type of facility in this area.

£28,000

All Saint’s Church, New Haw

Replacement of flooring to ensure the community centre is fit for purpose.

£20,000

Waverley Borough Council

Creation of a new skatepark in Haslemere, as request by surveys in the locality.

£30,000

Thursley Parish Council

Enhancement of a play area on Thursley Recreation Ground

£10,000

St Paul’s Church, Camberley

Kitchen upgrade to ensure fit for purpose community asset

£12,000

Windlesham Parish Council

Creation of a new pavilion as a community cohesion and information point for residents, at Lightwater Recreation Ground

£30,000

Total

£566,286

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