Sherburn in Elmet Community Trust are delighted to announce the organisations that have been successful in their Covid recovery applications.
These awards are from un-spent money secured for the Covid response and is intended to help charities and groups in Sherburn in Elmet and surrounding villages get up and running again, with additional support provided by Selby District Council.
Donations were received from local businesses and Sherburn in Elmet Community Trust are pleased to acknowledge their support: Aldi, Al’s Tyres, ARC Workwear, BPB UK Service Centre, British Gypsum, Child & Co, Co-op, DWB Wealth Management, E-Burn Ltd, Elmet Kitchen, Fair Share Go, Jacksons, Northern Gas Networks, Oddfellows Arms, Rainforest Windows, Rolling Back the Years, Software2, Spar, C & G Starkey, Tesco.
Read more about the grants and the eligibility criteria in our March 2021 news story.
1st All Saints Sherburn in Elmet Scout Group
Funding to help provide equipment and resources to support the young people and 30 volunteers undertaking activities outside in all weathers.
Citizens Advice Mid-North Yorkshire (CAMNY)
Funding to enable regular visits from their Advice Bus which is ‘staffed’ by fully trained volunteers able to offer advice, information, and support to help people overcome the problems they face and build the skills they need. https://citizensadvicehrs.org.uk/ https://www.facebook.com/CitizensAdviceMidNorthYorkshire/
Phone: 0800 278 7900
Eversley Park Centre
Sherburn & Area Community Minibus Association
Funding to allow a limited number of subsidised hires to encourage individuals and groups to restart activities.
Telephone: 07410 453584
Sherburn Community Gymnastics Club
Funding to help reopen the Gym safely and to provide free sessions of classes which will target new groups and help improve physical and mental health.
Telephone: 07866 315157
Sherburn in Elmet Camera Club
Purchase of a Zoom subscription and a webcam to enable Club meetings to continue during lockdown, and to allow those members not confident about attending physical meetings (when they resume), to continue to attend virtually.
Sherburn White Rose Sports Club
Funding to help them prepare and run the initial opening of their outdoor and indoor facilities for 500 plus members.
To fund venue hire in Sherburn in Elmet for 6 monthly sessions from June to December to allow up to 12 people at a time to get together to reduce social isolation, build confidence to participate in community life, support each other, and make items for worthy causes.