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Heritage Lottery Fund project advice surgeries

Wednesday 21 September 2016 1-5pm

Annan Town Hall, 16 High Street, Annan

 Are you looking for funding and based in Dumfries & Galloway? We will be running project advice surgeries in Annan Town Hall for groups and organisations who would like to discuss their project ideas before submitting an application to us. We'll provide advice on the type of projects we fund and the different grant programmes you could apply to.

 To book a space please contact us via tel: 0131 225 9450 or scotland@hlf.org.uk   


Next deadline for Organisations applying for more than £2,500.00 Tuesday 4th October 2016. Applications under this or for individuals can be submitted at any time but can take 4-6 weeks to be processed. If your thinking of applying but not sure if your project is something ourTrustees would consider then please call the office to arrange a chat 01387 269176.

Have you heard about our local credit unions? There are two community credit unions based in Dumfries & Galloway and they cover the region between them. Solway Credit Union has an office in Dumfries and is available for people who live or work in Nithsdale, Stewartry, or Annandale & Eskdale. In the west, Stranraer Credit Union covers Wigtownshire. Being run by the members for the members on a not-for-profit basis, they provide a safe home for savings and are a source of affordable credit. If you choose to borrow, you`ll need to have been a saving member for 13 weeks before you can apply. Solway has also got a great new product called Rent First which is designed to help people on Universal Credit run their budget and make sure their rent is always paid.

Why not get in touch to find out more:

www.solwaycreditunion.co.uk

 The Hub

24-26 Friars Vennel

Dumfries

DG1 2RL

01387-267200

 Or

www.stranraercreditunion.org.uk

 25 Hanover Square

Stranraer

DG9 7AG

01776-706911


Lily Jenks the daughter of  Maggie Keswick Jenks who set up the Holywood Trust with her father 32 years ago speaks openly about her mothers death and how the Maggies Centres started.

 

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-2475191/I-know-anger-normal-reaction-A-daughter-reflects-mothers-death-legacy-left-behind.html#ixzz2j1YUzDS3