Local community groups urged to apply for £100k grants scheme

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Friday, June 24th, 2016
Sinn Féin MLA Conor Murphy has welcomed the launch of a £100,000 grants scheme for community-led road safety initiatives. community groups“I welcome the announcement from my party colleague and Minister for Infrastructure Chris Hazzard that there is now a £100,000 grant scheme for community-led road safety initiatives. “Groups and individuals will be able to apply for grants of up to £10,000 to deliver road safety projects which will ultimately make communities safer. “Community groups have a key role to play in promoting road safety at a local level and this initiative from the minister will help them build on the good work that is already being done.” Newry councillor Charlie Casey urged local groups to get involved. “I would encourage all community groups who feel their area could benefit from such a grant to investigate the scheme.
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May June 2016 updated“To qualify, groups must be properly constituted, have a bank account and be able to complete the project by the 3rd of March. Applications are also acceptable from individuals who are working in partnership with a community group involved in the process,” he added. For more information and a funding application pack visit www.nidirect.gov.uk/road-safety-grant-scheme and get your applications in before the 22nd of July.
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