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Priority fund agrees £80,868 of community projects

Published Monday, 09 December 2013

Community projects worth in excess of £80,868 will be funded as part of the latest round of Enfield Residents Priority Fund (ERPF) decisions.

Cllr Charalambous

Last week’s meeting (December 5th) saw eight projects, agreed by councillors (subject to Call In). So far this year the fund has allocated £1,355,662

The ERPF is a £1.4 million pot of money made available by Enfield Council which residents can apply for to fund community projects in their local areas.

Last week’s meeting agreed to fund projects including:
- Work in Forty Hall Park – including bat boxes, flower planting etc
- A Green Gym in Jubilee Park to encourage fitness for park users
- Social Media training for women in Lower Edmonton ward
- Funding to help the start up of a Second Hand Shop to be run by Waverley and Durants Special Schools
- Wilbury Open Space Regeneration.
- An alleygate just off Bounces Road

Enfield Council’s Cabinet Member for Culture, Leisure, Youth and Localism, Cllr Bambos Charalambous, said: “Last week it was agreed to continue to fund more projects right across the borough through Enfield Residents Priority Fund money.

“I am delighted to see the fund continues to attract such interesting projects right across Enfield”.

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