The latest goodwill gesture from the firms dedicated Sports Fund scheme amounts to £37,250.
Sports Fund RD3 2020
After making an impressive cumulative donation to local sports groups that surpassed £100,000 last year, the Mick George Group has followed suit in 2020 with a total contribution which again goes beyond the £100,000 mark, having announced the fortunate beneficiaries of the final funding round.
The declaration will see twenty-eight separate beneficiaries from the Northamptonshire and Cambridgeshire region share the latest goodwill gesture from the firms dedicated Sports Fund scheme, which amounts to £37,250.
In total, the Fund has provided sustenance towards 149 individual projects which enable physical activity, across a wide ranging and diverse portfolio of sporting facilities.
The fortunate projects to receive backing include:
- BST MMA Academy: Self Defence Dummies (£1,500)
- Crescents Community Centre: New Goalposts (£1,200)
- Weedon Boxing Academy: Facility Decoration (£1,500)
- Oundle Golf Club: Practise Facility Materials (£1,500)
- Community Courtyard: Gym Equipment (£1,200)
- Emmanuel Group of Churches: Sports Equipment (£747)
- Hindu Association: Volleyball Posts (£1,435)
- Irchester Cricket Club: Batting & Bowling Cage (£1,500)
- Towcestrians Sports and Social: 2 Wheelchairs (£1,340)
- Kettering Amateur Swimming Club: Training Equipment (£535)
- Brafield Corinthians FC: Pitch Maintenance (£1,000)
- Great Doddington Youth Football Club: Training Equipment (£1,178)
- Towcester Town Football Club: Pitch Maintenance & Training Equipment (£1,500)
- Pitsford Pumas FC: Floodlights (£1,250)
- Cogenhoe United FC: Mobile Goalposts (£1,500)
- Mawsley Youth FC: Goalposts (£1,200)
- Pytchley Cricket Club: Clubhouse & Changing Facility Upgrade (£1,000)
- Fen Fly Fishing Club: Renewal of timber fishing jetties, and building two fishing benches (£1,500)
- St Ives & Warboys Cricket Club: New container (£1,500)
- FE Peterborough CIC: Training Equipment (£1,500)
- Haslingfield Parish Council: Outdoor table tennis table and stock of bats and balls (£1,500)
- Somersham Town Football Club: Upgrade facilities at West End Football Ground (£1,500)
- Netherton United Ladies & Girls FC: Training Equipment (£1,490)
- March & District Squash Club: Court renovation (£1,500)
- Ely Dojo: New safety mats (£1,474)
- Peacock Archers: New archery equipment storage containers at Shelford RFC (£1,500)
- Shepreth Football Club: New goal posts (£1,200)
- Dean Cricket Academy: Grass seed etc, seed spreading equipment and coaching equipment (£1,500)
Individual grants are available between £500 and £2,000 for capital community sports projects or developments, open to the general public. These could include, but are not limited too; changing room improvements, clubhouse renovations and training or facility maintenance equipment.
Interested parties are encouraged to submit registrations throughout the year.