Wednesday, 16 November 2011
Chorlton U Decide 2011
Tomorrow Evening is the 2011 Chorlton U Decide event where local residents get the opportunity to vote on how £7500 of funding should benefit local community groups.
At the event fourteen Chorlton community groups will explain their projects to local residents in a two minute pitch. Residents who attend the U Decide event will then be able to vote on which of these projects they think should be given the thumbs up for up to £750 of funding.
The fourteen projects competing at this year's U Decide Event are:
1. Chorlton Big Green Festival - £750 for workshops, sound system, toilets, staging
2. Cracking Good Food - £450 for group cooking sessions for affordable and healthy food
3. C4 Café Club - £700 for hall hire, workshops, mini-bus for cooking workshops for young people to cook for elderly
4. Digital Arts & Music - £750 for digital artworks workshops with young people & equipment
5. Friends of Beech Road Park - £220.20 for the replacement of two cherry trees
6. Garden Share - £750 to pair up people with garden space with those who have none – posters, tools, plants, compost
7. Jump - £750 for free arts sessions for unemployed people at The Edge
8. Nam-Bee-Pam-Bee - £750 for a secure steel shed to hold and protect bee equipment
9. Pop Up Farm - £750 for food growing projects with a local school and the launch event
10. Speakers Corner - £750 to help create a space to allow people to voice their concerns
11. Sports & Leisure - £750 for Zumba classes, new tea urn and a new sound system
12. Tag Pass It On - £750 for 400 Tag cards, publicity and promotion
13. Tree Planting - £643.20 for seven trees to be replanted in Chorltonville
14. Unity Toybox on Tour - £750 for transport and refreshments to showcase young peoples circus skills at residential care homes
Residents will be asked to rank each presentation by putting projects in the order of what they think is the most important to least important.
Chorlton U Decide will be held at Chorlton Leisure Centre on Manchester Road at 6pm on Thursday November 17.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Posted by Chorlton LibDems at 23:06