Mayor hands out £6,500 to local groups and clubs

Representatives from the chosen organisations met the mayor at the town council offices.
Representatives from the chosen organisations met the mayor at the town council offices.

Bridlington Town Council has handed out more than £6,500 to a number of local groups.

The latest round of small grants was made by the mayor, Cllr Cyril Marsburg at a ceremony last Wednesday.

The money went to:

○ Sing for Life Bridlington - £250 to contribute to the hall hire costs and refreshments for the five session pilot scheme.

○ Kingfisher Cafe - £500 towards the costs of providing meals for the homeless ..

○ Bridlington Cricket Club - £500 to buy cricket equipment for the junior players .

○ Regent Archers - £250 to improve the site’s toilet facilities. .

○ Bridlington Lawn Tennis Club - £500 to enhance club’s facilities.

○ Bridlington Sports and Community Club - £500 for refurbishing the clubhouse.

○ Royal Engineers Association - £150 to help with travel costs for members.

○ Bridlington Millau Petanque Club - £500 to install electricity to the club’s site. .

○ Angela Bare (Mastectomy charity element) - £500 to buy mastectomy bras for donation to cancer patients.

○ Bridlington Sea Cadets Corps - £500 to implement target shooting into the curriculum.

○ Bridlington Men In Sheds - £500 to provide providing equipment .

○ Remarkable Arts - £280 so it can offer a youth music project. .

○ East Coast Churches and Community Music Festival - £500 towards running costs.

○ RVS Lunchbox Club - £500 towards the costs of room hire, a microphone and an amplifier.

○ RNLI - £500 to buy of lifesaving Kit and tfund raining for Bridlington Lifeguards.

○ Bridlington Contemporary Gallery - £200 to pay for wireless broadband provision for 12 months.