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Applications Now Open for New Community Wellbeing Facilities Fund

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Applications are now open to community and sporting organisations for a new Community Wellbeing Facilities Fund.

The funding is part of the Place Based Investment Programme (PBIP), an overall Scotland wide investment of £325m, that supports community led regeneration and town centre revitalisation. The programme also seeks to build on the work of the Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF) and Town Centre Action Plan.

This new fund of £75,000 is available to projects that meet the criteria of the PBIP, delivers specific improvements in community wellbeing and accelerates ambitions for net zero. The maximum that any group/organisation can apply for is £25,000.

Expressions of interest are invited from all community and sporting organisations

who are committed to delivering health and wellbeing aims and objectives, and where proposals meet the aims of the fund.

Councillor Bob Pollock, South Ayrshire Council's Portfolio Holder for Economic Development said: "The Community Wellbeing Facilities Fund is an excellent opportunity for a number of local sporting and community groups to benefit from a fresh investment.   

"The fund demonstrates our commitment to investing in our communities and putting them at the heart of what we do, and I would encourage all local groups to apply."

To find out more about eligibility criteria and how to apply, please visit our website.