C100 Business Club awards £19,500 to community projects

At its recent Grant Panel meeting, the Cornwall C100 Club awarded £19,500 to ten community projects across Cornwall, based from Week St Mary in the north to St Keverne in the west.

The grants awarded are being used to improve community spaces, provide activities that bring communities together, support charitable organisations helping children and young people and assist people struggling with poverty.

The groups that have benefited from the community grants are:

St Goran Parochial Church Council to employ a parish nurse;

Roaming CIC to support vulnerable people in Penzance;

Permarin Park Community Group to upgrade a natural play area;

Bright Sparks Music and Drama Club in Week St Mary to contribute to new staging;

Saltash Foodbank to provide a freephone service for their clients;

Godolphin Cross Community Association to establish a group for very young children and their parents;

Cornwall Life Recycle in Camborne to support vulnerable young people;

National Coastwatch, Rame Head to fit a new radar to improve response times

Mylor Bridge Preschool for new windows to their meeting place

St Keverne Methodist Church to contribute to the establishment of a new parent and toddler group.

For more details about the C100 Business Club and how members support local communities in Cornwall, click HERE