What are grants for?
The Town Council has a yearly fund to give grants to charitable, voluntary and public sector organisations. This is to support the work carried out by groups who undertake activities that benefit Watton residents. This fund will be divided quarterly.
Who can apply for a grant?
The types of organisation that can apply for grants, for example, Charitable Organisations, Pre-school Playgroups, Youth Clubs, Sports Clubs, Art Groups and Advice Organisations etc.
The fund is intended for projects that will benefit Watton residents as a whole, and so there are some cases where we are not able to provide grants.
General Appeals (e.g., national/international disasters)
National Organisations without a locally-based group
Individuals (e.g., sponsorship for individual sportsmen and women)
How much grant is available?
There will be a maximum of £500 per grant application. The Town Council will considering each application on its merits, and the sum awarded may vary from that asked.
How do I apply for a grant?
If you think you might qualify for a grant and would like to apply please download the application form below, complete it and return it to the Town Clerk. You will also need to send a copy of your latest accounts.
How is the decision made?
If you are awarded a grant, you will be advised as soon as possible after the Full Town Council Meeting decision.
The Town Council requests all successful applicants to give a short presentation at the Annual Town Meeting on how the Grant Money has been spent.
Please note that Grants are only considered at the end of the month meetings in June, September, November and March.