New Albion Wind Farm Fund

June 2020

Rushton Parish Council - £5,800.69

The grant will be used to replace and purchase new noticeboards.

February 2020

Rushton Cricket Club - £8,200
The grant will be used to purchase a new mower and boiler.

Rushton Parish Council - £3,660
The grant will be used to build an outdoor gym.

November 2019

Rushton Parish Council - £825
The grant will be used to renovate a telephone box.

Rushton Primary School PCA - £6,000
The grant will be used to build an outdoor classroom.

The Parochial Chuch Council of All Saints' Rushton - £5229.43
The grant will be used to upgrade the lighting in two churches.

July 2019

Rushton Parish Council - £750
The grant will be used to renovate a bus shelter.

Rushton Cricket Club - £6,700
The grant will be used to replace and service equipment.

October 2018

Rushton Parish Council - £12,568.74
The grant will fund the installation of picnic benches and speed awareness cameras.

October 2017

The Parochial Church Council of All Saints', Rushton - £10,000 
The grant will fund the repairs and preservation of the east boundary wall of the churchyard. 

August 2017

Rushton Cricket Club - £3,400
The group will use their funding to Install new seating and fencing at the club.

Rushton Village Hall - £13,027
The grant will be used to refurbish the village hall.

 

May 2017

Rushton Pocket Park - £650
The group will use their grant to continue maintenance to run the Pocket Park per annum.

December 2016

Rushton Parish News Publications 'The Triangle' - £2,000
The grant will be used to print and distribute 305 copies of the magazine each month.

October 2016
 
Midland Cottages Residents’ Association - £5,000
The grant will be used to repair parts of Midland Cottages road.

Rushton Village Hall - £1,830
The grant will be used to purchase curtains for the Village Hall to provide blackout facilities allowing them to hold their popular cinema nights all year round.

Superfast Pipewell - £15,610
The grant will be used to purchase Superfast Pipewell Community broadband in the village.

 

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