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#844871 - 20th Dec 2013 9:41pm Bright Ideas
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Your bright ideas to improve your community could become a reality

We want our local communities to thrive. We want local people to be proud of their neighbourhood. We want local people, with local ideas, to have the opportunity to make those ideas a reality.

So, we’ve made funding available to help.

The funding is available to tackle issues which are important to local communities in Leasowe, Moreton East, Moreton West, Saughall Massie, Liscard, Seacombe, New Brighton and Wallasey.

So, if you’re part of any community group, voluntary organisation or social enterprise and you have a project that will help the community, but need funding – there’s a great chance we can help.

Drop-in sessions will take place in January to support groups to make an application.

For more information about this funding and the drop in sessions:
Visit our website
Or e-mail michellegray@wirral.gov.uk
Funding applications launch today with a deadline of the 24th January 2014 (12noon).
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#844887 - 20th Dec 2013 10:23pm Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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So other communities in Wirral area need not apply or do they get a chance as well.

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#844888 - 20th Dec 2013 10:34pm Re: Bright Ideas [Re: davew3]
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Originally Posted By: davew3
So other communities in Wirral area need not apply or do they get a chance as well.
Leasowe, Moreton East, Moreton West, Saughall Massie, Liscard, Seacombe, New Brighton and Wallasey.Looks like no other areas can apply.

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#844896 - 20th Dec 2013 11:12pm Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Originally Posted By: RUDEBOX
Your bright ideas to improve your community could become a reality

We want our local communities to thrive. We want local people to be proud of their neighbourhood. We want local people, with local ideas, to have the opportunity to make those ideas a reality.

So, we’ve made funding available to help.

The funding is available to tackle issues which are important to local communities in Leasowe, Moreton East, Moreton West, Saughall Massie, Liscard, Seacombe, New Brighton and Wallasey.

So, if you’re part of any community group, voluntary organisation or social enterprise and you have a project that will help the community, but need funding – there’s a great chance we can help.

Drop-in sessions will take place in January to support groups to make an application.

For more information about this funding and the drop in sessions:
Visit our website
Or e-mail michellegray@wirral.gov.uk
Funding applications launch today with a deadline of the 24th January 2014 (12noon).


Website please..
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#844897 - 20th Dec 2013 11:24pm Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Sorry- I copied and pasted an e-mail, that I had recieved from W.B.C.

At a guess www.wirral.gov.uk
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#844898 - 20th Dec 2013 11:35pm Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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#844900 - 21st Dec 2013 12:26am Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Thanks.

They have them for other areas besides Wallasey.
What a questionable idea it is. Why don't all those councillors, as a change from sitting around table, walk around and do a bit of knocking on doors, to really find out what the public are needing, i.e. see for themselves first hand.
All I can see is it's another way for their own self preservation at such uncertain times. Far too many of them on those committees for the idea to work successfully, Maybe they all want a little bit of praise towards the next time they stand for election.
Never see a single one of them, coming up to elections. Once upon a time they did knock on doors and talk to homeowners etc. And that would be every door in the street, not hand picked.
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#844916 - 21st Dec 2013 9:37am Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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Thanks for the info Rude.

This type of scheme rather supposes that all those who might benefit belong to some sort of group or scheme. Bit odd really.

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#844921 - 21st Dec 2013 10:03am Re: Bright Ideas [Re: Moonstar]
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Thanks for the info Rude.

This type of scheme rather supposes that all those who might benefit belong to some sort of group or scheme. Bit odd really.



Hi Moonstar. Your comment is probably more or less what I intended to say, but I got caught up in a web of words laugh
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#844931 - 21st Dec 2013 10:50am Re: Bright Ideas [Re: RUDEBOX]
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As Moonstar said it usually goes to organised groups, mostly good causes, but some of them questionable.

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