1 December 2016, Police and Crime Commissioner for West Yorkshire, Mark Burns-Williamson, presented 40 organisations with cheques from the 9th Round of the Safer Communities Fund and Kirklees Local TV was one of the lucky recipients.
Kirklees Local TV would like to congratulate all the organisations involved that were at the event held at Upper Batley High School and wish them well with their inspirational projects.
Kirklees Communities Who Can, Badgers Karting Team, West Yorkshire Police – Plate Safe, Halifax Street Angels, Health for All, Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, Leeds Youth Offending Team, Aireborough Children’s Services, St Luke’s CARES, North East Windmill Community Association, SHINE, IAspire2 Community Interest Company, Getaway Girls, Leeds City Council Communities Team West
Making Your Mind Up, Burmantofts Senior Action, West Yorkshire Partnership – Safer Nightime Economy, Kirklees Council – Feeling Good Theatre, Touchstone, Friends of Cottingley Community Centre, Housing Leeds, Crosland Moor Community Learning Centre, Bus Oasis, Community Central Café, Hope for Justice, Nature’s Footprints Forest, Leeds Jewish Welfare Board
Why don’t We, Leeds Children’s Services, Netherton Youth Crew, Hunslet Initiative, The Shed Youth Club, Wakefield Council, Worth Valley Farmers, Sorted Church, Hale, Friends of Parkinson Park, Voluntary Action Leeds, Womenzone Community Centre, Kirklees Local TV
Grant Round 10 Opens on the 12 December 2016 and closes on the 20 January 2017. Organisations wishing to apply go to: www.westyorkshire-pcc.gov.uk/safer-communities-fund.aspx