Brenig Community Benefit Fund

THIRD ROUND OPEN

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Application forms and guidance notes for the third round of Brenig Community Benefit Fund are now available.

Please follow the links to the following documents:

Grant Guidance

Application form for projects LESS than £10,000

Application form for projects OVER £10,000

Area of Benefit Map

CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS IS 7th AUGUST 2020 

Please return the application form and supporting documents to brenig@cadwynclwyd.co.uk.  The application form must be returned in Word, electronically and in typed format, handwritten forms will not be accepted. Please do not convert the form into PDF as it distorts the formatting.

Application Queries

If you have any questions about the fund or the application process, please email brenig@cadwynclwyd.co.uk or contact 01490 340500

Additional support

Additional support for communities to develop and implement projects is available from Local Authority Officers. Please contact:

Fran Rhodes: Community Development Officer, Denbighshire County Council

t: 01824 712968

e: fran.rhodes@denbighshire.gov.uk                                                       

Ela Williams: Community, Culture & Heritage Officer, Conwy County Borough Council

t: 01492 576674

e: ela.williams@conwy.gov.uk

Brenig Community Benefit Fund

NEWS & CASE STUDIES

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16 June 2020

The Glan Llyn community pub in Clawddnewydd is the hub for grocery services to the local area during Covid-19

A vibrant village enterprise delivering food and groceries to isolated and vulnerable people in the west of rural Denbighshire through the Covid-19 pandemic has received over £20,000 to boost its services. Clawddnewydd, between Ruthin and Cerrigydrudion, boasts a shop and a pub, the Glan Llyn, run by local people and they have introduced new outreach… Read More…

17 September 2019

Launch of the new Brenig Wind Ltd Community Benefit Grant

A windfarm community grant fund of almost £4 million over 25 years is now available for communities surrounding the Brenig Wind Ltd site to start benefiting from.  The windfarm owned by Brenig Wind Limited become operational in March 2019 and has 16 turbines each of 2.35MW, giving a total installed capacity of 37.6MW – enough… Read More…

Brenig Community Benefit Fund

APPROVED PROJECTS

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05 May 2020

Community Groups Benefit From Second Round of Wind Farm Funding

The Brenig Wind Ltd panel are pleased to announce that the following 22 groups have been offered, and accepted the Brenig Wind Ltd Community Benefit Fund Grant (round 2: February – March 2020):   Applicant: Cyffylliog and Bontychel Show Description:  Equipment – 10′ Box trailer with ramp,  Mobile PA system & 2 Gazeboo Grant Amount: £3,634.86… Read More…

25 February 2020

Community groups benefit from the first round of wind farm funding

The Brenig Wind Ltd panel are pleased to announce that the following 14 groups have been offered and accepted the Brenig Wind Ltd Community Benefit Fund Grant (round 1: October – December 2019):   Applicant: Cyfeillion Ysgol Carreg Emlyn, Clocaenog (afterschool club) Description:  15 ipads for after school club and community groups in the area… Read More…