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Sustainable community fund comes up short


I recently applied, on behalf of Carradale play park, to Argyll and Bute Council’s sustainable community initiative fund. A summary of the fund, as stated on the application form, is as follows: ‘A budget of a maximum total of £50,000 has been allocated by the council for community councils, constituted community groups and third sector groups to bid for up to a maximum of £5,000 for projects which provide community benefits and are long-term sustainable grant applications.’

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