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By Tarvin Parish Council - 8th March 2019 6:00am
Over the next few weeks a working party of Councillors will review the many grant applications received from local organisations. A total of £3,000 is available to give in grants. The working party is expected to make its recommendations to the Council meeting on Wednesday 17th April.
As part of its work the working party will also review the criteria governing which groups are eligible for a grant. Any changes to the criteria, if agreed by Council, would take effect in 2020.
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