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Projects funded in 2017

  • A grant to Tamil Community Centre towards running an information and advice service, and also IT training sessions.
  • A grant to Star Club towards entertainment for a summer play scheme for children.

Projects funded in 2016

  • A grant to Barnhill Community Centre towards 130 new chairs and 15 new tables.
  • A grant to Hayes & Harlington District Scouts towards the Scout District 70th birthday camp.
  • Funding for white bar lines to be painted to deter parking blocking access to 24 gated private service roads within Bedford Avenue, Cheddar Waye, Hollywood Gardens and Selan Gardens, Hayes.
  • A grant to Yeading Infant & Nursery School to install a bespoke, purpose built climbing wall and activity frame in the playground.

Projects funded in 2015

  • A grant to Yeading Junior School to fund children's yoga sessions and purchase additional yoga equipment.
  • Funding to install signage to deter parking blocking access to nine gated private service roads within Bedford Ave/Shaftesbury Waye/Dorchester Waye, Hayes. 
  • A grant to Warren Park Residents Association to go towards a community event.

Projects funded in 2014

  • A grant to Tamil Community Centre for elderly care activities.

Projects funded in 2012

  • A grant to 5th Hayes Scout Group for tables and folding chairs.
  • A grant to Yeading Junior School to provide educational day trips to Year six pupils
  • A grant to Hillingdon Women's Centre to provide training course at the Welbeck centre
  • A grant to fund Warren Park Resident Association Jubilee celebrations

Projects funded in 2011

  • Funding towards provision of playground equipment at Yeading Infant School.
  • A grant contribution towards heating and hot water supply at Barnhill Community Centre.

Projects funded in 2009/10

  • 1st and 5th Hayes Scouts received funding for improvements to their scout huts.
  • Warren Park Residents Association received a grant to purchase stationery and to assist with the production of their first newsletter.
  • Children attending Belmore Children's Centre and Saturday Club are able to run the gauntlet of the recently installed Trim Trail.
  • Welbeck Resource Centre purchased equipment for new IT courses to be run for residents.
  • The Welbeck Resource Centre community garden scheme bought equipment for volunteers to use on residents gardens.
  • Elderly members of Barnhill Community Association enjoyed a day out to Weymouth during summer 2009.

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