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£20,000 funding available for community groups to bid for projects in Ryde


Hampshire Constabulary and Sovereign Housing Association have made £20,000 available to community groups in Ryde to bid for projects relating to:

  • Engaging Young People
  • Bringing the Community Together To Improve Wellbeing and Mental Health Issues
  • Addressing Anti-Social Behaviour
  • Community groups will present their ideas at an open meeting at Ryde Academy from 1 to 4pm on Saturday 2 July.

    Residents attending the event will vote directly on which projects to fund.

    The event is open to all residents of Ryde who will be able to vote and make a direct difference to improving their community.

    Acting Sergeant Jason Taylor, of Ryde Neighbourhood Policing Team, said, 

    “This is a great opportunity for the Ryde Community to have a voice. This is an event where your vote can actually make a difference.”

    Get registered to come along to Ryde Academy this Saturday at 1pm and vote for 15 amazing projects that we have received applications from.

    Residents from Ryde, we need YOU to decide which projects you would like to see funded, and where this £20,000 of public budgets should be spent. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/rydes-time-to-shine-ryde-decides-participatory-budgeting-voting-event-tickets-303431179827?fbclid=IwAR3TQ9P2tGex5YShOT7hMq3WfOSp-TVGIvlyexU97wYw1-DXOnAXlLdm00U

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