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We will deliver a new website that promotes our lively village to the world & new signage to attract visitors to stop & visit. This is a project that will celebrate our community & boost our economy.
Real Change 2017 is raising funds for 3 vital projects:
Night Light Winter Shelter 17/18 -
Extension of Camrose Centre Friday day service -
Top of Town storage solutions for rough sleeping clients
We are a group of not-for-profit Volunteers who want to transform an underused area in Firs Farm into a vibrant inclusive Community Café,
Twyford Together are looking to replace the missing defibrillator and add incremental ones around the village
We are crowdfunding to upgrade our broadband cabinet (Eastville Exchange, Cabinet 35) to enable Fibre Broadband for our residential area.
CASPER stands for Coleshill Art Space Project - Everyone Respects. It is to create a statue, sculpture, mural or other feature on a prominent location in the town, to act as a tourist driver.
The Urban Equestrian Academy is a groundbreaking new social enterprise. Our aim is to raise funds for a minibus. This helps with cost and accessibility when connecting with the Equestrian world.
Converting the long-disused St Leonard's Church into a new, bigger home for Newton Abbot's museum and a community hub in the centre of town.
To bring Superfast fibre internet to our community in Unity Quarter.
After discussion with BT's Openreach, they have proposed a contract costing £4780 to upgrade our speeds to >50mbps.
We in "The Realm" housing development in Fitzwilliam have terrible broadband speeds, so we have been working together with BT to create a solution. The best solution is a Community Fibre Partnership
Young people from the WCYT to experience performing on the professional stage rehearsing with highly trained drama and movement coaches. A partnership with WCYT, DanceWest and the National Theatre.
Window Wanderland is coming to Easton! Join this wonderful community event where local residents and businesses decorate their windows to form a neighbourhood trail that can be enjoyed by everyone.