Personal tools
You are here: Home News St. Asaph's allocate PB funding for second year

St. Asaph's allocate PB funding for second year

— filed under: ,

The people of St. Asaph's in Denbighshire, North Wales, are to vote on how to spend £4,000 of town council and rotary club funding.

St. Asaph Town Council is giving residents their say in what should be done with £4,000 of funding.

Residents of the town have been asked to come up with community projects they would like to see funded this year. The local town council has provided £3,000 and the Rotary Club has topped this up with a further £1,000; in the second PB process in the town. 

Two information meetings for everyone to find out how they can take part will be held in Theatr Elwy (Ysgol Glan Clwyd) at 7pm on June 4, and at 11am on June 5.

Text taken from, posted on 26th May. 

Document Actions
Site Powered by Plone - Developed By ElectroSoup
Site Contents © Church Action on Poverty 2008