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Next meeting of the Parish Council

Tuesday 1 March 2022 at 7.30pm at Newton Regis Village Hall

The Mercia Park Community Fund, managed by Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation Round 4 is opening:
Thursday 18th November 2021 and will close on midday on Friday 4th February 2022

Groups will be notified in April with project to starting from May 2022 onwards for a maximum 12 month period (projects must be completed by May 2023)

The Aims of the Fund:

The Mercia Park Community Fund will give grants to projects for Round 4 that:

1.       Help strengthen local communities (particularly their quality of life and life chances) within a 5-mile radius of the Mercia Park Development at Junction 11 M42.

2.       Improve the natural environment within a 5-mile radius of the Mercia Park Development at Junction 11 M42.

Priority will be given to:

·         Organisations who can clearly demonstrate that they are addressing a need in the local community and offering localised support.

·         Smaller charitable organisations that have limited access to larger funds.

Size of Grants You can apply for:

·         Up to £5,000 for a 12-month project.

·         In exceptional circumstances, larger grant amounts of up to £10,000 may be considered, for a project that the group can evidence clearly that they have applied to a variety of other funds and grants for match funding and the project could not be completed without a higher budget.  We would highly recommend that you call the grants team to discuss your project before completing an application for a higher amount.

For full details of the fund and to apply please visit our website
https://www.llrcommunityfoundation.org.uk/mercia-park-community-fund/
 

Community Litter Picks 2022

Saturday 19 February 2022

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22 October 2022

Our parish comprises three villages: Newton Regis, Seckington and No Man's Heath. These villages are each vibrant communities in their own right, offering a wide range of amenities and organisations to local residents. As a parish, they are treated as one community of people, and resources are expended with care to ensure that all aspects of this community are treated fairly and sympathetically. Predominantly a rural area, the parish comes under the auspices of North Warwickshire Borough Council and Warwickshire County Council.

The Parish Council has 6 councillors representing all 3 villages. The Parish Council meets every 6 to 8 weeks. You are welcome to join us at our meeting.