Clubhouse and Skatepark Funding Partners

The following kind funding partners are supporting our Clubhouse and Skatepark project.

£290,000 in National Lottery funding from Sport England’s Improvement Fund.

The NSA is one of 36 projects across England to share in over £12.5 million of National Lottery investment from the third round of funding.

“Sport England is focused on helping people and communities across the country create a sporting habit for life. We will invest over £1 billion of National Lottery and Exchequer funding between 2012 and 2017 in organisations and projects that will:

  • Help more people have a sporting habit for life
  • Create more opportunities for young people to play sport
  • Nurture and develop talent
  • Provide the right facilities in the right places
  • Support local authorities and unlock local funding
  • Ensure real opportunities for communities.

The latest round of the Improvement Fund focuses on facilities that will help get more young people playing sport. There are currently a record number of 3.9 million 16- to 25-year-olds playing sport every week, however, there is still more to do to help young people develop a sporting habit for life.

The National Lottery has been changing lives for 18 years. Every week National Lottery players raise over £30 million to help change people’s lives across the UK.”

£131,593 of Landfill Communities Funding by Viridor Credits Environmental Company.

The project is located in the vicinity of Viridors Landfill site at Squabb Wood near Romsey, Hampshire and has benefited from the governments scheme to invest landfill tax into local communities in the vicinity of landfill sites.

Viridor Credits was established in 2001 to distribute Landfill Communities Fund monies on behalf of Viridor. Since then, Viridor Credits has distributed and committed more than £90million to thousands of community, heritage and biodiversity projects all over England and Scotland.

The Landfill Communities Fund was set up by government in 1996 to enhance the environment for people living in the vicinity of landfill sites. Funds are raised for the scheme through the voluntary donation of a percentage of a landfill operator’s tax liability. The scheme has raised over £1billion for communities in the UK.

£50,000 of Landfill Communities Funding by Cleansing Service Group.

The project is located in the vicinity of CSGs Landfill site at Pound Bottom in Redlynch and has benefited from the governments scheme to invest landfill tax into local communities in the vicinity of landfill sites.

Over the past 15 years the Hills Group has channelled over £11.4 million into environmental and other good causes across Wiltshire through the Landfill Communities Fund.

£50,000 of the Football Foundation Stadia Improvement Fund.

Wiltshire Football Association (FA) are supporting this project as it will improve the specatator facilities for our local football teams.

Funded by the Premier League, The FA, and the Government (via Sport England), the Football Foundation is the country’s largest sports charity. Since it was launched in 2000, the Foundation has awarded around 8,000 grants worth more than £420m towards improving grassroots sport, which it has used to attract additional partnership funding of over £520m. The FSIF are supported by the Football Foundation, and the largest funder of non league football in the country. Funded with £6m each year from the Premier League, the FSIF is the country’s largest provider of grants towards projects that help improve the comfort and safety of lower league football grounds in both the professional and amateur game.

 £25,000 of the New Forest National Park Sustainable Development Fund.

The fund recognised the sustainability of the building and green technologies being used in its design and specification.

From 2006 to March 2014 sustainability projects in the New Forest were funded by the National Park Authority’s Sustainable Development Fund (SDF). In April 2014 the SDF was replaced by the Sustainable Communitites Fund.

During its lifetime the SDF supported 117 projects, involving 375 community groups and 530 businesses to the benefit of 57,000.

Projects making a difference to the environment, community and economy of the National Park included Sustainable buildings, Green technologies, Local food, Local goods, Education, Conservation and Transport.

 £15,000 of Landfill Communities Funding by Community First on behalf of Hills Waste Solutions.

£5,000 of Community Grant by Wiltshire Councils South Wiltshire Area Board.

£1,500 in a grant by Redlynch Parish Council.