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Brentwood Localism Share Fund – Interview with Russell Quirk

Due to the overwhelming success of the Brentwood Localism Share Fund, Brentwood Borough Council has launched a second round of funding for prospective applicants.

The Brentwood Localism Share Fund was set up to give Brentwood’s Communities the opportunity to promote local initiatives to improve the quality of life for local people living in the Borough. In the 2nd Round of 2012, the fund has £55,500 available in total, and grants of up to £5000 are available for applicants.

The Council is inviting bids from individuals, groups and organisations for a share of the cash on offer for local causes and projects that will support and improve the quality of life for local people and tackle the issues that they think are important. All applications must benefit Brentwood’s communities. Projects must be delivered in the Borough.

Russell Quirk, local councillor and the Chair of Asset Infrastructure and Localism Panel came in to let us know how local people can get involved in the share fund this time around

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Russell-Quirk-Phoenix-FM-Interview-170712.mp3]

 

 

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Brentwood Localism Share Fund – Interview with Russell Quirk

Due to the overwhelming success of the Brentwood Localism Share Fund, Brentwood Borough Council has launched a second round of funding for prospective applicants.

The Brentwood Localism Share Fund was set up to give Brentwood’s Communities the opportunity to promote local initiatives to improve the quality of life for local people living in the Borough. In the 2nd Round of 2012, the fund has £55,500 available in total, and grants of up to £5000 are available for applicants.

The Council is inviting bids from individuals, groups and organisations for a share of the cash on offer for local causes and projects that will support and improve the quality of life for local people and tackle the issues that they think are important. All applications must benefit Brentwood’s communities. Projects must be delivered in the Borough.

Russell Quirk, local councillor and the Chair of Asset Infrastructure and Localism Panel came in to let us know how local people can get involved in the share fund this time around

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Russell-Quirk-Phoenix-FM-Interview-170712.mp3]

 

 

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Brentwood Localism Share Fund – Interview with Russell Quirk

Due to the overwhelming success of the Brentwood Localism Share Fund, Brentwood Borough Council has launched a second round of funding for prospective applicants.

The Brentwood Localism Share Fund was set up to give Brentwood’s Communities the opportunity to promote local initiatives to improve the quality of life for local people living in the Borough. In the 2nd Round of 2012, the fund has £55,500 available in total, and grants of up to £5000 are available for applicants.

The Council is inviting bids from individuals, groups and organisations for a share of the cash on offer for local causes and projects that will support and improve the quality of life for local people and tackle the issues that they think are important. All applications must benefit Brentwood’s communities. Projects must be delivered in the Borough.

Russell Quirk, local councillor and the Chair of Asset Infrastructure and Localism Panel came in to let us know how local people can get involved in the share fund this time around

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Russell-Quirk-Phoenix-FM-Interview-170712.mp3]

 

 

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Brentwood Localism Share Fund – Interview with Russell Quirk

Due to the overwhelming success of the Brentwood Localism Share Fund, Brentwood Borough Council has launched a second round of funding for prospective applicants.

The Brentwood Localism Share Fund was set up to give Brentwood’s Communities the opportunity to promote local initiatives to improve the quality of life for local people living in the Borough. In the 2nd Round of 2012, the fund has £55,500 available in total, and grants of up to £5000 are available for applicants.

The Council is inviting bids from individuals, groups and organisations for a share of the cash on offer for local causes and projects that will support and improve the quality of life for local people and tackle the issues that they think are important. All applications must benefit Brentwood’s communities. Projects must be delivered in the Borough.

Russell Quirk, local councillor and the Chair of Asset Infrastructure and Localism Panel came in to let us know how local people can get involved in the share fund this time around

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/Russell-Quirk-Phoenix-FM-Interview-170712.mp3]

 

 

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