Wadlow Windfarm Community Fund

WWFCF logoThe comprehensive overhaul of the organ at St Andrew’s Church, West Wratting was been successfully completed this month.  This work was made possible by a grant from the WWFCF in 2012, and generous local donations.

Wadlow Wind Farm Community Fund

WWFCF logoWe are grateful to the WWFCF for another grant, this time towards the upkeep and maintenance of West Wratting Village Hall. The grant of £843 has paid for the much-needed replacement of a large kitchen window. Read more.

Wadlow Wind Farm Community Fund

There is less than a month before deadline for next round of applications. The fund organisers have a few grants carried forward from the September panel panel but only one new request to date.  Read More…

Wadlow Wind Farm Community Fund 2012(2)

The necessary paperwork has now been comleted, enabling a grant of £948 to fund the re-painting of the inscription on the RAF Wratting Common Memorial.   Read More…

Wadlow Wind Farm Community Fund 2012

organFollowing a constructive first meeting with local village representatives in September 2012, a grant of £2250 has been made towards repair and renovation of the organ at St Andrew’s Church, West Wratting.  More details here.

Wind Farm Community Fund

Wadlow Wind Farm

The Wadlow Wind Farm Community Fund is now inviting applications for funding from constituted groups (not individuals) delivering charitable projects with public benefit within a 5 km radius of the Wadlow Wind Farm Site.  The requests will be considered at the first panel meeting which will take place in September 2012 (although no grant offers can be made until the first annual payment is received by the Fund).

Grants will be considered in the range of £100 to £10,000 and can cover a wide range of revenue and capital costs involved in delivering a charitable project.

Full details of the Fund, including eligibility criteria and the online application form, can be accessed on www.cambscf.org.uk/wadlow.html

If you have any questions or need help, please contact Cambridgeshire Community Foundation who are managing the Fund on info@cambscf.org.uk or 01223 410535.