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Posted on January 8, 2008

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Are you a member of a community group who are unable to get a great idea of the ground because you're short of cash?

If so, a More Active Grant from South Bedfordshire District Council may be just what you need.

The grants of up to £300 supports one of the council's key ambitions to create a more active district and they allow local people to start up new activities within South Bedfordshire.

The grants are available for community groups or talented individuals who pass a range of specifications which can be found on the South Bedfordshire District Council website.

Last year has seen funding go to a number of people across South Bedfordshire including Robert Keogh from Dunstable who received £250 to buy cricket equipment and Linda Mallen,also from Dunstable who shows promise in athletics and has been awarded £250 for travel and accommodation expenses whilst attending the games in Vichy.

All applications for the this year's grants must be received by South Bedfordshire District Council by May 2008.

For details call community and leisure administration officer, Joan Allen, on 0845 8496323.

For the latest news from Eaton Bray and beyond, get the Dunstable Gazette every Wednesday and make a daily date with Dunstable Today.

Source: Dunstable Today

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