Communities across West Cheshire have secured £200,000 WREN funding

14 January 2016

Communities across West Cheshire have secured £200,000 funding, to assist in delivering community projects within Cheshire West and Chester Council. The money, awarded by WREN’s FCC Community Action Fund, will be used for three rural communities and one city centre projects.
The four community projects have received £50,000 each in funding from WREN, these are; Pulford Community Playing Field, Kingsley Playing Field, Tarvin Community Centre and Chester Quaker Meeting Rooms.
WREN offer funding opportunities to communities to apply for both FCC Community Action Funds and FCC Biodiversity Action Fund, more information about this can be found on the WREN website: For More information please contact Rural Localities:

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