Members Code of Conduct as agreed September 2012
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Community Events & Festivals Committee Minutes 10 January 2017
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Community Support Resources from AgeUK
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copy of Draft Budget 2020/2021
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Draft Budget 2017-2018
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Draft Budget 2017-2018 (amended)
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Draft Budget 2018 2019 - report to Policy & Resources Committee 8 January 2018
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Draft Budget 2019 2020
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Election of Mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Combined Authority Thursday 4 May 2017The Candidates - What they say - How to voteChooseyourmayor.org
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This handy Energy Advice Booklet will give you some ideas on how to make the best choices on your energy matters.
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External Auditor Report and Certificate 2018/19
Mon, 30 Sep 2019
If your income is low, it can be hard to meet unexpected essential costs. You might be eligible to get help with some of these expenses from your local council, the government's Social Fund or a charity grant.
This factsheet explains some of the options, whether you might qualify, and how to apply.
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Fenland District Council council tax notice 2018-2019
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Freedom format 28 January 2019
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Monthly spreadsheets, reconciliations and end of year accounts for fiscal year 2017 2018
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General Power of Competence Briefing Paper - Agenda item No. 19 13 May 2019
Fri, 03 May 2019
The Good Councillor's Guide 4th Edition
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The National Association of Local Councils (NALC)
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Mon, 16 May 2016
Here are a variety of different funding opportunities that may be of interest to you. Please see below information about Cambridgeshire County Council's Innovate and Cultivate Fund and the Police and Crime Commissioner's Youth and Community Fund. Please also see attached information about a variety of other grants such as National Lottery Community Fund. Apologies for any funds listed which you/your organisation are not eligible for. Apologies for any typos or ambiguity in the attached document, it is being shared as it was received. If you have any questions it is best to direct them to the grant giver as detailed in the document.
Innovate and Cultivate Fund
Cambridgeshire County Council is pleased to announce that the next deadline for Innovate & Cultivate Fund applications is 1st May 2020. A pre-application advice session will be held on 18th March at The Bargroves Centre, St. Neots (details below).
The aim of the fund is to support initiatives that strengthen communities and reduce pressure on County Council services, thereby giving a return on investment. Council services that are inviting applications include adult social care and children & families services.
There are two funding streams: a 'Cultivate' fund for smaller projects that build community support networks and an 'Innovate' fund for bigger, bolder and more innovative initiatives.
Upcoming application deadlines
1st May 2020 – Cultivate grants only (£2,000 - £19,000)
1st August 2020 - Cultivate grants (£2,000 - £19,000) and Innovate grants (£19,001 - £50,000)
Cultivate 'Seed' Fund Projects
Guidance has been developed on starting Cultivate Seed Fund Projects that can help people to remain independent and active within their community, encourage volunteering and complement more costly Council services. Projects include Timebanks, Good Neighbour Schemes, Dementia-Friendly Communities and Men's Sheds. Details may be found here.
Pre-application advice session
Want to talk through your ideas before you submit your application? Bookings are now open for an Innovate & Cultivate Fund Advice Session on 18th March, 9:30am-12:30pm at The Bargroves Centre, St. Neots. The Alzheimer's Society will also be running a workshop for anyone interested in setting up or enhancing a dementia friendly community. Please book here.
The fund is open to voluntary, community and social enterprise sector organisations based in and outside of Cambridgeshire, and public sector organisations in Cambridgeshire. Please note that projects serving Peterborough residents are not eligible.
Applications and further information about fund priorities and criteria may be found on the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation (CCF) website. CCF can answer questions about applying for the fund firstname.lastname@example.org
Police and Crime Commissioner's Youth and Community Fund
The Police and Crime Commissioner's Youth and Community Fund aims to support youth and community groups to deliver activities to;
- Support preventative work and early intervention approaches to divert young people and vulnerable adults away from offending and re-offending;
- Build relationships with young people improving engagement between young people, their communities, and organisations working in them.
- Promote the involvement of young people in building community resilience to crime and vulnerability through active participation aimed at building better understanding of the needs of young people;
- Work to reduce the vulnerability of young people and lessen the chance of them becoming a victim of crime.
This Fund is open to voluntary and community organisations who can apply for grants of up to £3,000 towards their project. More information about the terms and conditions of the funding can be found in the guidance document here https://www.cambridgeshire-pcc.gov.uk/get-involved/funding/
Applications made during the financial year will be considered on a case by case basis, subject to demand.
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Mon, 17 Feb 2020
Growing Fenland Wisbech Report
Tue, 15 Oct 2019
Health & Safety Policy for staff, Councillors and volunteers
Mon, 16 Jul 2018
Heritage Open Days
England's favourite heritage festival!
Every September some 40,000 volunteers
across England organise 5,000 events to
celebrate our fantastic history, architecture
and culture. It's your chance to see hidden
places and try out new experiences - all of
which are FREE to explore.
This is what is happening across Fenland -
come and visit and learn about the history
in your local area this September.
Tue, 30 Aug 2016
Honorary Freedom 11 December 2017 format
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Local Government Pensions Scheme Discretions Policy
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Entry form for Love Your Local Market 2016
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March 2020 Update from Public Health England on Covid-19
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