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Find out about Local Area Fund grants awarded in Twickenham Riverside and whether the ward is open or closed for new applications.

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  • Applications: Open
  • Remaining funds: £9,000

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Grants awarded

Local Area Fund Grants are awarded by the Chief Executive's Group by delegated authority to the Assistant Chief Executive. Applicants have 12 months to complete the project, unless an extension to the funding period has been agreed with Officers.

Group Grant amount Award date Project description
Owen House and Brentford House resident veggie patch group
£1,000 August 2022 Setting up a communal vegetable patch for residents and children to enjoy and learn about horticulture
Habitats & Heritage (Charity No. 1140872 £2,482 April 2022 Improving the biodiversity and visual attractiveness of Warren Gardens by creating a wildlife haven
Brighter Together (Registered Charity No. 1190557) £2,626 January 2022 Delivering an intergenerational project for care home residents and early years children to improve their wellbeing
ETNA Community Centre (Registered Charity No. 290922) £2,000 January 2022 Purchasing sound and audio-visual equipment for the community centre
The Real Junk Food Project – Twickenham CIC £2,570 January 2022 Funding for a Project Worker to support with the Community Café and Food Surplus Hub
ETNA Community Centre (Registered Charity No. 290922) £2,321.59 January 2022 Installing a defibrillator available to the public
Twickenham Park Residents' Association £450 June 2021 Placing a plaque on the pillars at Ravensbourne Road and Park House Gardens explaining the history of the pillars
'Tears Dry to Frost' £699.13 June 2021 A short film called ‘Tears Dry to Frost’, about a female protagonist who empowers herself to leave her emotionally harmful relationship
Pope's Grotto Preservation Trust (Registered Charity No. 1162424)


(£1,204 awarded in total shared across Twickenham Riverside and South Twickenham wards)

March 2021 Installation of metal studs to denote the exact location of the 300-year old grotto
Turner's House Trust (Registered Charity No. 111653) £1,000 January 2021 New interpretation panels for the Exhibition Room
ETNA Community Centre (Registered Charity No. 290922) £2,000 January 2021 Creation of a sensory garden at the centre for local community use

Updated: 31 August 2022

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