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Projects funded in 2017

  • A grant to Lady Bankes School towards new athletics kits.
  • A grant to Scared Heart Catholic Primary School towards new library books.
  • A grant to Sacred Heart Scout and Guide Group towards new tables, chairs, replacement water heater, hand basin and also to improve access to storage areas.
  • A grant to Ruislip High School to provide bursaries for specially selected students from a disadvantaged background who have achieved a university place.

Projects funded in 2016

  • A grant to St Paul's Church, Ruislip to purchase new tables and to contribute towards the construction of a buggy park. 
  • A grant to Friends of Shenley Park towards a community event held on 18 June.

Projects funded in 2013

  • A grant to St.Paul's Church to erect a fence at the side of the church hall.
  • A grant to Ruislip High School for 6th form seating.
  • A grant to EYE nursery for pre school equipment.

Projects funded in 2012

  • A grant to the Friends of Shenley Park to install two flower gardens and seating at the main entrance to the park.
  • A grant to Ruislip Manor Chamber of Commerce for Jubilee bunting.
  • A grant to Sacred Heart Scout & Guide Group to purchase new tables and some kitchen equipment.
  • A grant to Ruislip Rangers Football Club to renew the portable soccer goals.
  • A grant to Lady Bankes Infant School to purchase specialist art supplies.
  • A grant to Lady Bankes Junior School to purchase specialist art supplies.

Projects funded in 2009/10

  • Local police purchased an Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) equipment.
  • Adventurous and enterprising students will be undertaking activities as part of their Duke of Edinburgh award.
  • Members of Age Concern's fortnightly club based on Torrington Road will be able to enjoy a range of craft activities and hobbies.
  • Primary schools in the ward have been able to restock their libraries.
  • Ruislip Rugby Club has purchased training kit especially designed to be used by children as young as seven years old.
  • Traders in Ruislip Manor are currently working on a new website aimed to promote businesses in the area. A grant was presented to help with set up costs.
  • Ruislip High School received new uniforms for their cheerleading teams.

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