Grant helps T Time continue at ladies club
T TIME will continue at a ladies club thanks a grant from a local councillor. Cllr Tony Hunter, county councillor for North Herts Rural, has agreed to allocate the Ladies T Club in Reed �100 from his locality budget to help pay for hiring the village h
T TIME will continue at a ladies club thanks a grant from a local councillor.
Cllr Tony Hunter, county councillor for North Herts Rural, has agreed to allocate the Ladies T Club in Reed �100 from his locality budget to help pay for hiring the village hall for events - which include appearances by guest speakers - and the cost of electricity during the winter months.
"The Ladies T Club is a focal point for social and community activities in Reed and other villages in the area, so I am very pleased to make this relatively small contribution from the locality budget to help with some of the routine costs that they incur," said Cllr Hunter.
A total of �10,000 is available to each of the 77 members of Hertfordshire County Council to spend on worthwhile community projects in their area.
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Locality budgets were launched in July 2009, with funding to be used for worthy social, economic or environmental causes in Hertfordshire. For more information on how to apply, log on to www.hertsdirect.org and type 'locality budgets' into the search box.
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