Successful Community Fund Grants

BACUP FAMILY CENTRE

Solutions – Community Youth Project – £10,000

Rossendale

The Commissioner has awarded funding to Bacup Family Centre who provide a range of activities for young people. The Bacup Family Centre work closely with the Neighbourhood Policing Team with the overall aim to reduce Anti-Social Behaviour.

 

BURNLEY BOROUGH COUNCIL

Burnley Rural Crime Project – £5,781.65

Burnley

Burnley Borough Council received funding for a Rural Crime initiative. The Council, in partnership with the Neighbourhood Policing Team will focus on fly-tipping hotspots within the rural areas of Burnley

 

ROSEGROVE NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH

Safer Streets – £3,876

Burnley

The Commissioner has awarded funding to Rosegrove Neighbourhood Watch to help tackle speeding concerns raised within Rosegrove and Lowerhouse.

 

BURNLEY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB

Whalley Youth Hub – £8,000

Ribble Valley

Burnley Boys and Girls Club have received funding to help divert young people away from anti-social behaviour. Burnley Boys and Girls Club work closely with the Neighbourhood Policing Team and local high schools to target vulnerable young people

 

COLNE YOUTH ACTION GROUP (CYAG)

Minibus for CYAG – £10,000

Pendle

Colne Youth Action Group (CYAG) work with a range of local partners to help tackle Anti-Social Behaviour within Colne. The Commissioner awarded funding towards a minibus that will allow CYAG to take young people on different experiences with the aim to divert them away from crime and ASB.

 

LANCASTER BID LTD

Safe & Secure Lancaster – Tackling Evening ASB – £10,000

Lancaster

Lancaster BID have received funding in order to help tackle Anti-Social Behaviour in the evenings around Lancaster City Centre. Lancaster BID work closely with Lancaster Community Safety Partnership and the Neighbourhood Policing Team to share intelligence and target hotspot areas.

 

DIG IN CIO

A Protected Place – £4,433

Preston

The Commissioner has awarded funding to Dig in CIC towards additional security measures with the aim to deter crime and Anti-Social Behaviour.

 

THE JJ EFFECT CIC

JJ Effect Youth Support Zone- £5,000

Preston

The JJ Effect have received funding for the Youth Zone in order to help provide interventions for young people involved in criminality supporting them with mental health issues, employability, family relationships and overcoming difficult situations such as overcoming suicide.

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