Sefton’s wellbeing organisation, Living Well Sefton, has launched the seventh round of the popular Community Resilience Grant.
Groups can apply for grants up to £2,000 for projects that focus on initiatives and activities which aim to encourage people to be more physically active outside such as joining in community gardens, forest schools and walking groups.
There is also a £500 grant available for individuals.
Community groups have already benefited from previous grants including Galloway’s Society for the Blind which received a grant for its “Get Active With Art” course.
This video showcases just some of the positive experiences, as told by its members, which produced much more than just crafts…
For more information on applying for a ‘Get Outside’ grant please click here to take you to our Community Resilience Grants page.
To find out more on what Galloway’s Southport has to offer, visit the website here.