GROW South Antrim Announces New Funding Call

GROW South Antrim has announced a new funding call opening under the Rural Basic Services Scheme.

With funding of up to £75,000 at a 75% grant rate, it is an opportunity not to be missed for rural communities who have identified a gap in Basic Service provision and wish to address it.
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Councillor Vera McWilliam, Chair of GROW South Antrim Local Action Group said: "GROW South Antrim has been allocated a total budget of approximately £2.6 million and we are looking forward to seeing the impact this funding can have on those living within our rural communities who may currently face barriers when accessing basic services. If you have a project idea, contact a member of the GROW South Antrim team to find out how your area can benefit from the Programme."

Email: grow@antrimandnewtownabbey.gov.uk

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