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​Yeading

Ward Councillors

Projects funded in 2017

  • A grant to Brookside Community Centre for the installation of new LED lighting and new CCTV cameras in and around the centre.

Projects funded in 2016

  • A grant to Yeading Community Association to enable 20 elderly residents to see a Christmas show at the Beck Theatre on 19 December.
  • A grant to Pretty Asian Ladies Group towards day trips, candle making, sewing classes, yoga and use of Brookside Community Centre.
  • A grant to Tamil Community Centre towards providing advice, information, advocacy, practical help and counselling to the community.
  • A grant to Yeading Community Association towards 10 folding tables and two trollies.
  • A grant to Hayes & Harlington District Scouts towards the Scout District 70th birthday camp.
  • A grant to Brookside Community Association towards upgrading the kitchen, tables & chairs, and funds towards a community evening to celebrate 25 years.
  • A grant to Hillingdon Asian Womens Group to fund a 25 week course: 'Empower Women - Communication Skills (Listening and Speaking) English'.
  • A grant to Brookside Primary School for the installation of age appropriate play equipment for the nursery.

Projects funded in 2015

  • A grant to Brookside Sports Club to provide football training and other sport activities for young people.
  • A grant to Pretty Asian Ladies Group to run Yoga classes and to also fund two day trips out.

Projects funded in 2012

  • A grant to Yeading Community Association to replace stolen lead.
  • A grant to the Peabody Trust to start a football project in the Cygnet Way Estate.
  • A grant to the Peabody Trust for play equipment for younger children.
  • A grant to Brookside Community Association to install roller shutters.

Projects funded in 2011

  • A grant to fund a competition and various activities for residents of the Cygnet Way Estate.

Projects funded in 2009/10

  • Glencoe Youth Football Club received new football kits.
  • New hand driers have been installed in Yeading community centre.
  • Brookside Community Association has redecorated some of the rooms in the community centre and installed smoke alarms. The Community Association was also able to arrange outings to London for two of their groups.
  • Brookside School newly opened 'Parents Zone' will be arranging cookery classes for residents thanks to a new kitchen.

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