Decision status: Recommendations Approved
Is Key decision?: No
Is subject to call in?: Yes
At its meeting on the 21 November 2019 the Crawley County Local Committee considered Community Initiative Funding Applications that had be received via the West Sussex Crowd, as set out in Appendix A of the report.
The Committee considered each application on it’s merits and it was RESOLVED that the following pledges be approved:
· 420/C – Nicky’s WorkShop, ‘Where warriors are made’, up to £1,000 – towards purchasing a van and mobile equipment to deliver gymnastics workshops to school pupils across Crawley, subject to the project reaching 50% of it’s crowdfunding total before the end of the financial year.
426/C – Crawley Youth Centre, ‘Outdoor
basketball court’, up to £1,000 –
towards refurbishing the youth centre’s basketball court for
use by local clubs and wider community.
AND the following Microfund applications be awarded:
427/C – Rivers LPC, ‘Rivers’
women’s sewing project’, £501.10
- towards purchasing sewing machinery and equipment in order to
teach new skills through training workshops.
428/C – Talk Broadfield, ‘Love where you live, love
Broadfield’, £730.00 – towards the production of posters and
leaflets to support a national campaign at local level –
‘Keep Britain clean’.
438/C – Crawley Run Crew, ‘Run
Safe’, £748 – towards the cost of
emergency ID trainer tags for members and a print-run for 500
439/C – Gurjar
Hindu Union (GHU), ‘Bollywood in the community’,
£748.75 – towards purchasing 25
children’s Bollywood dance costumes plus publicity, transport
and refreshments costs for performances in the community.
· 440/C – Malaika and MOSS Group (Multicultural Organic Shambas Society, ‘Acquiring audio/visual facility’, £138 – towards purchasing gardening materials for communal allotment activities.
The call-in deadline for this decision is 29 November 2019.
Publication date: 22/11/2019
Date of decision: 21/11/2019
Decided at meeting: 21/11/2019 - Crawley County Local Committee
Effective from: 02/12/2019