News 2019 - 56 articles


Residents of Nocton village and Parish have recently been awarded a generous grant from FCC Communities Foundation towards a major project at the heart of their local community, a new purpose-built community building that will be known locally as the ‘Nocton Hub’.


Local community members, school children and bowlers from Port Glasgow Bowling Club in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde have struck it lucky and are set to get a new flat roof over their Clubhouse thanks to a £35,000 grant from FCC Communities Foundation.


The village of Upperton has marked the official opening of its new Multi Use Games Area (MUGA). The facility, designed for a variety of sports including football, netball, tennis and basketball, will play a key role in the local community, providing a modern safe place to play and socialise.


The new Play Area at Hickings Lane Recreation Ground, Stapleford was officially opened last week, following £160,000 of improvements to the site.


A Besthorpe resident has spent 18 months raising thousands of pounds to renovate a derelict playground. Nottinghamshire County Councillor for Collingham, Maureen Dobson, officially opened the play area on Saturday 4th of May.


From 1 May 2019 we will no longer be known as WREN (Waste Recycling Environmental Ltd) and our new name will be FCC Communities Foundation Ltd.


Dates of funding rounds for 2019 for the FCC Community Action Fund and the FCC Scottish Action Fund