£200,000 for Daventry Communities
Written by RADio Newsdesk on March 11, 2019
Article Published on Monday March 11, 2019 1:58 AM by RADio Newsdesk
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Communities across Daventry District will benefit from more than £200,000 of funding to make improvements to local buildings, parks and other facilities.
Grants totalling around £154,000 were awarded to 17 groups as part of Daventry District Council’s (DDC) capital grants scheme, including:
▪️£15,000 to help build a new preschool and family centre in Daventry
▪️£14,000 to modernise Sibbertoft Reading Room, making it warmer and more accessible
▪️£10,283 to install fitness equipment in Barby and Onley villages
▪️£14,766 to improve paths and install new fences , a gate and benches at the Croft Way Play Park in Weedon
▪️£16,212 to provide traffic calming measures in Staverton
▪️£15,000 for new play equipment at Naseby Recreation Ground.
West Haddon Junior Football Club was awarded £37,000 from Section 106 funds – money which has come from developers to fund local projects – towards building a new toilet block. This project will also get £8,200 from DDC’s capital grants scheme.
And the Daventry District and South Northamptonshire Community Safety Partnership successfully applied for £11,200 of Second Homes Funding to replace two mobile CCTV units. Read more at https://www.daventrydc.gov.uk/…/community-groups-benefit-f…/
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