There were 6 successful Community Chest funding forms in October.
The Lochside Community Centre applied for funding for their new fridge freezer which is used by local groups in the area and private parties. If you would like to book the Lochside Community Centre then please phone Dot Thomson on: 07920296753 or 01387 267 259.
Slinging Around Sling Library applied for funding to provide free training from the Born to Carry school for parents in the area. More information about Slinging Around's work available here: http://www.slingingaround.co.uk/
St Ninian's Primary School applied for funding for a new school sports strip
which will be used by local children to represent the school and attend sport events.
The Youth Community Connectors from Maxwelltown High School applied for funding to visit a super school to allow them to find out what a new school will be like and to share their findings with their fellow school pupils.
The Community Connectors who are a mix of local residents from the area applied for costs associated with running the Lochside Games during the October holidays. This included hall hire, marketing costs and equipment.
Dumfries YMCA applied for funding for transport costs associated with the October holidays programme. The group of young people from Lochside & Lincluden travelled to Carlisle, Blackpool & Southerness during the 2 week programme of events. Photo below!
If you would like to apply for the Community Chest then please download the form here and send us your application. If you would like a printed version of the form then please let us know and get in contact with us.