LPB

Locality Application 2020 - 2021
Please refer to the guidance available on the CPP Locality webpages at http://northayrshire.community/pb2020/39043/ to assist you in completing your application

If you need any support completing the application form please email participatorybudgeting@north-ayrshire.gov.uk or call 01294 475900 we will pass on your details to the appropriate member of our team who can help.
Essential Criteria
1.    You must be a not for profit, individual, community group or organisation providing a service in, or of benefit to your Locality.

2.    Your application must be for activities/events/resources for one or more of the following 4 themes: Ideas which help to improve local life and community wellbeing, Ideas which link people up, Ideas which promote positive mental health and well being and Ideas which promote healthy and active communities

3.    You can apply for any amount up to £1,200 and you can also bid for less.

4.    You must be able to spend the funds within 12 months if successful.

5.    You must have any legal, permission and insurances required to carry out your project.

6.    You must allow your project to be used in any promotional material.

7.    Only one application per group will be considered per Locality.

8.    You must submit your application by 5pm on the 31st January 2021
Locality PB Themes 20/21
 
1) Ideas which help to improve local life and community wellbeing examples include – recovery and renewal for communities adjusting to covid-19, community growing and community food initiatives, environmental improvements, men’s sheds  and developing outdoor social places for people to enjoy and support each other safely. Ideas that reduce poverty and inequalities.

 
2) Ideas which link people up examples include – support for digital exclusion/digital training/digital learning and learning opportunities for online engagement, volunteering initiatives, ideas which develop individual’s confidence and skills and intergenerational activities. Activities that bring people in communities together, promote participation and active citizenship.

 
3) Ideas which promote positive mental health and wellbeing examples include – support for vulnerable people of all ages, dementia friendly activities/projects, ideas that promote volunteering opportunities, ideas which help build skills, confidence and resilience within the community and reduce social isolation.

 
4) Ideas which promote a healthy and active communities examples include – ideas which promote exercise, cycling, walking and improvements to accessibility for outdoor activities. Ideas that support healthy eating.


What will we not fund?

- Any political or religious activities (applications can be accepted from faith groups if they are for local community work).
- Routine maintenance or repairs.
- Routine running cost (salaries/ electricity/ rates/ rent/ insurance/ etc.) - unless in relation to COVID -19 recovery and renewal
- Applications from schools (these are the responsibility of the local authority). However, Parent Councils and Associations can apply for extra activities over and above the normal learning and teaching if they enhance and benefit the wider community.
- More than one application per group in the financial year (March – April).
- Private businesses
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