Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects Mole Valley

Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects is for larger capital projects in excess of £10,000 that will provide wide community benefit. Due to the size of the funding awarded, Large Community Projects are subject to a staged application process. For more information and how to apply visit Your Fund Surrey Large Community Projects fund.

Examples of the types of projects it can be used for include:

  • New community centres
  • Local swimming pools
  • Sports pavilions or clubhouses
  • Collaborative workspaces
  • New football pitches
  • Community food growing space

To view the projects that have been funded or live projects open for comment, visit have your say Your Fund Surrey.

Leatherhead and Dorking Gymnastics Club

Your Fund Surrey has granted £500,000 towards the construction of a new Gymnastics Centre. The funding is to go towards the cost of building a new gymnasium which will be 40 metres by 9.5 metres, a sensory room which will have emphasis on providing additional and bespoke facilities for children with disabilities. The sensory room will be a stimulating environment aimed at developing hand-eye coordination as well as relaxation, focused work, stimulation, control, and communication, which will strengthen personal, social and emotional development of the participants. The new gymnasium will create more space in our existing three gymnasiums allowing us to increase participation. Visit Leatherhead and Dorking gymnastics club for more information.

The Wildlife Aid Centre

The Wildlife Aid charity have been granted £2,808,000 to go towards a centre for saving British wildlife and protecting its future. The money will go towards the construction of a learning centre to educate the public and future generations about indigenous species, planting and creating new habitats for wildlife, the construction of a wildlife hospital where animals can be nursed, pens and aviaries where animals can be rehabilitated, the construction of garages for storage and accommodation for a grounds-person as well as building various types of infrastructure and utilities. This facility will be able to provide education for future generations and will be able to foster an increased care for our natural environment for decades to come. Visit the Wildlife Aid Foundation website for more information.

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