Healthy Neighbourhood Fund

Grants available for: Health and wellbeing related community activities in selected neighbourhoods in Brighton & Hove
Size of grants given: up to £500
Next deadline: Friday 13th September for Tarner area, other areas throughout September and October

Aims of Fund

This funding is for groups which meet any of the following health priorities:

  • Healthy Eating
  • Active Living
  • Mental Health and Wellbeing
  • Ageing Well
  • Maintaining health on a low income
  • Raising awareness about key health messages (e.g. on smoking, alcohol or sexual health)

Who can apply

Groups in the following areas:

  • Whitehawk, Manor Farm, and the Bristol Estate
  • Tarner area (inc Albion Hill, Carlton Hill, Edward Street)
  • Phoenix Estate
  • Pankhurst area
  • Craven Vale Estate
  • Hollingdean
  • Moulsecoomb & Bevendean
  • Saunders Park
  • Bates Estate

How much and what can you apply for

Small grants of up to £500 are available (depending on the area) and most are currently open to applications from small community groups

How to apply

If you are in Whitehawk, Manor Farm or Bristol Estate, details of how to apply are on the Due East website.
For other areas, talk to the Trust for Developing Communities Community Development worker for your neighbourhood, or contact Cal Chester on 01273 234769 or email: calchester@trustdevcom.org.uk

Deadlines for application

Friday 13th Sept – Tarner area, Albion Hill, Carlton Hill, Edward Street, Phoenix Estate,

Friday 20th Sept – Moulsecoomb & Bevendean, Bates Estate,

Monday 30th Sept – Hollingdean, Saunders Park, Portland Rd area

Monday 7th October – Woodingdean

Wednesday 30th October – North & South Portslade

Pankhurst area, Craven Vale Estate, Coldean & Hollingbury dates have not yet been announced. Contact Cal Chester for more details.

Date & initials

27/08/09 DA

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