Read all the news and views relevant to what’s happening each week across Renfrewshire and in your community.
18th October 2016
Great, free events in Renfrewshire events this week and the rest of the month as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival.
15th September 2016
LEAP Car Club has secured support from CarPlus for a new hybrid car
5th September 2016
Architecture and Design Scotland have confirmed that further funding is now available for small projects in local spaces of unused or underused land. If you wish to discuss an application, or have any questions regarding the Stalled Spaces Scotland funding, please contact Iain Cunningham at Engage Renfrewshire on 0141 887 7707 or email email@example.com.
5th September 2016
The Postcode Local Trust offers grants to help communities in England, Scotland and Wales enhance their natural environment in a way that benefits the wider community.
The Trust has two funding rounds per year. Applications are now being accepted for the second round with a deadline of 30 September.
30th August 2016
Tesco’s local community grant scheme, Bags of Help is being used to fund thousands of community projects which deliver a physical environmental improvement or encourage the use and long term sustainability of outdoor spaces.
29th August 2016
Renfrew Development Trust Stalled Spaces project – picture boards on the disused toilets in Robertson Park in Renfrew.
25th August 2016
LEADER is a European Union funded Community Development scheme which focuses on delivering a bottom-up method of support for rural development.
19th August 2016
Renfrewshire Alcohol and Drug Partnership (ADP) is consulting local people who live or work in Renfrewshire to complete an online consultation in order to determine their views on the availability of Alcohol in their area.
8th August 2016
Are you an older adult or do you know an older adult who uses an ipad or tablet and would like some help to use it better. Roar is running a free 6 week session starting on 8th September from 10 – 12 noon at the West End Community Centre.
2nd August 2016
The Neighbourhood Challenge believe that the environment can be a main contributor to mental health and well being, and aim to raise awareness on ‘stigma and discrimination’ surrounding mental ill health.