A list of large projects funded by Your Fund Surrey

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A list of large projects funded by Your Fund Surrey


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Claygate Community PoolThe element of building works which comprise of changing rooms, showers and the community room along with upgrading of existing plant as necessary.£100k to £500kMark SugdenNo
Weybridge Men's ShedThe building of two, double-garage sized wooden sheds, woodworking machinery and benches, kitchen, storage container for tools and equipment and an external compost toilet.£20k to £50kTim OliverYes
Oxshott Community HubFunding for the overall project to build a new community hall.£1m plusMark SugdenNo
Inclusive Community Clubhouse access and Family Garden projectCreation of the family garden, reinstating a path to Dalmore Avenue and installing picnic benches.£20k to £50kMark SugdenNo
The Tree Canopy ProjectInstall a tree canopy to enable the use of an outside space all year round.£50k to £100kTony SamuelsNo

Epsom and Ewell

ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
The Horton Gardens ProjectRevitalising a dilapidated outdoor space to create a community garden.£100k to £500kBernie MuirYes


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Normandy Community Shop and CaféThe capital costs associated with building a single-storey timber-framed, fibre cement clad shop and café, including the ground works, building and equipping the premises. No revenue costs are being requested.£500k to £1mKeith WithamYes
Pirbright Community Amateur Sports PavilionRemove the old pavilion and pay for build, installation and basic fitting out of the new pavilion.£100k to £500kKeith WithamYes
Rebuilding Ripley Village HallDemolish existing building, build a fully accessible 3 community rooms, hard and soft landscaping.£500k to £1mColin CrossNo
Play Your Part: Revitalise and Transform the Yvonne Arnaud TheatreReorganising the theatre community rooms to more usable spaces and adding an accessible lift to reach all 3 floors of the building.£1m plusFiona DavidsonNo
Shepherd's Rest CaféNew infrastructure, kitchen and disabled toilets.£20k to £50kMatt FurnissNo
Surrey Hills Inspired Inclusive PlaygroundTo part-fund the equipment and groundworks of a playground inclusive for all children.£50k to £100kFiona DavidsonNo

Mole Valley

ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Gymnastics Club ExtensionBuilding a new gymnasium, sensory room and reception area.£500k to £1mTim HallNo
The Wildlife Aid Centre: Saving British Wildlife and Protecting Its FutureCreation of an inclusive learning centre, wildlife hospital and habitats and installation of bio-diversity measures.£1m plusTim HallYes

Reigate and Banstead

ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
South Park Community 3G PitchInstallation of a community use 3G pitch.£100k to £500kCatherine BaartNo
Oakwood School Full-size Floodlit 3G artificial turf pitchInstallation of a full-size, floodlit 3G pitch and related ground works.£100k to £500kJordan BeechNo
Salfords Cricket Club green energy pavilionBuilding a modern community space and cricket pavilion.£100k to £500kAndy LynchNo
Reigate Rugby ClubInstalling solar panels, pitch drainage measures and segregated shower units to bring the rugby club into the modern age.£100k to £500k No


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Thorpe Green Community Fitness and Public Amenities ProjectExtension and improvement of existing car park. Bike parking area. Electric car charging points Outdoor fitness area. Footpath and cycle path and passing bay on Green road to improve access. Toilet/shower facilities within the sports club.£50k to £100kJonathan HulleyNo


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
WR Sports Club Extension to ClubhouseExtension to the clubhouse and bar area, covered walkway between buildings, relocation of toilet, showers and kitchen.£100k to £500kDenise Turner-StewartYes
Friends of Kenyngton Manor Park upgradeTotal refurbishment of the playground, including materials and installation.£100k to £500kHarry BoparaiNo
New 8th Ashford HQ and Community BuildingA new scout HQ and community building for Ashford residents.£500k to £1mDenise Turner-StewartNo

Surrey Heath

ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Camberley Men's Shed set up projectRefurbish the pavilion and install all necessary infrastructure and equipment for a new men's shed.£10k to £20kDavid LewisYes


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Ten Picnic Table on a Lovely Village GreenThe funds will purchase 10 recycled plastic picnic tables at a cost of approximately £1500 each.£10k to £20kBecky RushYes
The Limpsfield Way Walk and Family Cycle RouteCreation of cycle and walk ways over Limpsfield Common. Improvements to footpaths and bridleways, footpath discs, information boards, maps and online downloadable information.£20k to £50kCameron McIntoshYes
Master Park Community Pavilion ProjectDemolition of the existing Master Park Pavilion, and the reconstruction of a new fit-for-purpose building that will act as an attractive community hub and sports pavilion.£1m plusCameron McIntoshYes
Blanchman's Farm All Weather Trackway RefurbishmentThe aim is to make the disabled trackway fit for purpose again.£100k to £500kBecky RushYes
Head2Head Community ProjectRefurbish an old milking station to create an energy-efficient centre for special needs and local communities.£50k to £100kCameron McIntoshYes
Warlingham Sports ClubModernising the sports club with accessible and segregated toilets£100k to£500kBecky RushNo


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Park Mead Primary School Multi-Use Games ArenaRedevelopment of an existing ball court into a Multi Use Games Arena (MUGA) with floodlights.£50k to £100kLiz TownsendNo
Thursley Road Recreation Ground Borehole IrrigationTo irrigate the recreation ground to provide better, safer facilities to the community.£10k to £20kDavid HarmerNo


ProjectDescriptionValueCouncillorGreen project
Regeneration of the Old Woking Community CentreTo refurbish and repair the building. To replace existing electrical and gas installations. To replace/ repair necessary areas of the flat roof of building.£1m+Will ForsterNo
Kitty 2Purchase of a new, electric canal boat and installation of charging points along the canal.£50k to £100kLance SpencerYes

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