Do you have an idea for a community project in your local place? A way to make your neighbourhood more sustainable, inclusive, or accessible? From community gardens and cycle hubs to pop-up markets and murals – we want to hear from you!
Through Kirklees Council’s Growing Great Places programme, pledges of up to £5,000 are available for local projects.
Please share this invitation with your network to help us to get the word out! GrowingGreatPlaces
Kirklees Council have been inspired by the community response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and seeing so many people coming together to help each other in these uncertain times. The crisis has placed huge strain on our communities but also an opportunity to re-imagine the way we use shared space and build on people’s stronger sense of connectedness to do things differently…
Join crowdfunding platform Spacehive for a free online workshop where you will have the chance to:
Hear about funds from Kirklees Council available for your project
Receive advice on developing your project from the team and our partners at Locality
Join smaller break out rooms for interactive, specialised support for your project including Q&As with Spacehive Project Creators
Access advice on planning and marketing your campaign
Stay for an optional ‘Tea + Talk’ for virtual community networking
Register below to secure your free place:
15th July at 12:00
23rd July at 16:00
Whether this is your first time creating a project or you’re a seasoned community organiser, this online workshop will be an opportunity to learn everything you need to know in order to create and run a successful crowdfunding campaign.
Have you seen the most recent projects from across Kirklees?
Holmfirth Transition Town
Dewsbury Community Outreach Heating
Dewsbury Community Outreach
Caulms Wood Outdoor Classroom
Friends of Caulms Wood
If you cannot attend or have accessibility requirements please get in touch via email@example.com or the Active Citizens and Places team, who are part of the Democracy Service at Kirklees Council: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spacehive, 68-80 Hanbury Street, London, Greater London E1 5JL, United Kingdom