Projects need to be within 10 miles of the landfill site at Normanton (WF6 2JA )
Use the location checker to find out if you are eligible…
Registered charities, churches, parish councils, local authorities and CASC registered sports clubs can apply for grants of between £2,000 and £100,000 for the provision, maintenance or improvement of community facilities.
This can include village halls and community centres, public play areas; publicly available multi use games areas, skate parks and BMX tracks; sport and recreation grounds including pavilions and clubhouses with full public access; churches – community spaces only; nature reserves; public gardens, parks, country parks and woodlands with at least dawn to dusk access; and Museums.
The funding is being made available through the FCC Community Action Fund and is available to projects located within 10 miles of an eligible FCC Environment site.
The closing date for applications is 5pm on the 11th December 2019.
Leaders Kirklees has two exciting opportunities for English
Language Programme Outreach Workers
(North and South Kirklees)
The outreach workers will be part of a partnership
project to increase access across Kirklees to suitable, supported and quality
ESOL provision with appropriate progression routes. This is a
collaboration between Kirklees Council and TSLK funded by the Ministry of
Housing, Communities and Local Government. The outreach workers will carry out regular outreach registration and advice
(initial assessments) to ensure that people who would like to improve their
English are appropriately advised and that the project targets are met
posts are temporary for 12 months, 37 hours a week: Salary Scale SCP 20
successful candidates will have the skills to successfully engage with diverse
communities; have an understanding of the policies and practice surrounding
English language learning for adult migrants in the UK and the ability to carry
out assessments of language skills.
closing date is Monday July 29th and we aim to interview on
Wednesday 31st July
Book Now For Workshops in North & South Kirklees to Find Out More
Growing Great Places is a new community crowdfunding programme to support citizens and organisations who have great ideas for making our local places even better. Kirklees Council are pledging £50k of funding over the next year, plus advice and support to help you run a great crowdfunding campaign.
You might have a little idea that can have a big impact by bringing a place together. Or you might need some help growing support for an ambitious project that’s just getting started.
If you’re interested in finding out more, register now for one of these free community crowdfunding workshops, hosted by Spacehive, where you can:
– Learn about the programme and how you can get involved
– Hear about the funding available and the process to apply
– Learn about what makes a great crowdfunding project
– Get tips and advice on running a successful crowdfunding campaign
South Kirklees workshop – register now
Wednesday 3rd July 2019, 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Main Hall, Meltham Carlile Institute, Huddersfield Road, Meltham HD9 4AG
North Kirklees workshop – register now
Tuesday 25th June 2019, 6pm to 8pm
Dewsbury Town Hall, Wakefield Old Road, Dewsbury WF12 8DG
Two Vacancies for People with Business, Marketing or Income Generation Expertise
We currently have 2 vacancies within the Home-Start Kirklees board of trustees following the retirement of a long standing member and a recent resignation. To ensure that we consistently remain quorate across committee meetings, we are seeking the skills and experience needed to complement our existing members, therefore we would be most interested in hearing from potential trustees who would fit within the following areas of expertise:-
- Knowledge and experience of either corporate or small business,
- Social media and marketing
- Fundraising and generating income
We would particularly welcome volunteers from the following demographic population:-
- Resides or works within the North Kirklees area (Dewsbury, Batley, Spen areas)
- Representative of the BME population
- Male gender
A commitment to the role would entail attending a monthly board meeting and a quarterly sub-committee meeting as well as leading on specific items in-between meetings as and when dependent upon need.
A full induction will be offered as well as travel expenses to meetings
For further information, please contact Kerri Flanagan, Director, on 01484 421925