Crawley ‘Daytime nightclub’ receives council funding for Christmas
The club – for people who generally feel excluded from cultural activities due to location, low income, disability / illness, lack of companions or simply because the arts are ‘not for them. people like me â- successfully applied for a community grant to continue her regular events at the Broadfield Community Center.
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Each event is designed as an ironic “chic” treat with vintage tea, three cabaret shows, black-tie waiters, vintage tableware and an in-house pianist. The community center is transformed into a luxury 5 * cabaret hall, the public into “chic” guests and the volunteers into silver service servers and master D.
The club is now accepting reservations for its events taking place between January 25 and March 29, 2022.
The council’s two grant programs are currently open for applications.
The council’s small grants program is permanently open to non-profit groups to apply for up to Â£ 2,500 for projects and events. The application form and eligibility criteria are available at crawley.gov.uk/grants
The time is much shorter for nonprofits to apply to the Strategic Grants Fund. These grants amount to Â£ 5,000 or more and can be applied for until January 4, 2022, with funding from April 2022.
Councilor Michael Jones, Cabinet Member for Community Engagement and Public Protection, said: âI was delighted to be able to visit the Posh Club over Christmas and see how our funding is making a difference for isolated elderly residents. .
âOur two sources of funding can make a huge difference to volunteer and community groups, so we want to hear from the organizations that work in Crawley now! “