Apply for a small grant from Warlingham Parish Council

Every year Warlingham Parish Council gives small grants to organisations serving the local community. Now is the time to apply.

For example, last year, 1st Warlingham Scout Group applied for financial help in constructing an accessibility ramp for its Scout Hall in Mint Walk. The hall had a number of steps up to the entrance and a steep slope from the gates to the steps. This has always proven difficult for access, and a suitable accessibility ramp has been under discussion for many years.

As its partnership arrangement with Nippertime Nursery developed, it became even more desirable that access be improved, as there were more very young children and parents with buggies using the facilities.

A successful grant application was made to the Parish Council for a contribution towards the £2,500 cost of the project. An award of £1,000 was made.

This was just one of several projects and organisations supported by the council with amounts up to £2,500.

“This is our way of supporting those who support the Warlingham community. While we can’t guarantee to help everyone, or satisfy their full grant request, we always do our best. However, last year, probably because of the lack of meetings being held by local organisations due to Covid 19, we had very few applications, so this year we are publicising the grants scheme in the hope of getting more.” Nathan Adams, Chairman of Warlingham Parish Council.

Download the following grant application forms or contact the Clerk for more information. **Deadline extended to 14 November 2022**

Grant Application Form excluding running costs 2022 Extended Deadline

Grant Application Form for Running Costs 2022 Extended Deadline