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Boston Town Area Committee Small Grants Scheme

Boston Town Area Committee (BTAC), which operates as a town council for Boston, has a small grant scheme to help worthwhile projects.

Application submissions:

The final round of the Boston Town Area Committee small grants scheme 2018/19 has been cancelled because of rules at times of election.

There will be a Boston Borough Council election on Thursday, May 2, and strict rules for times of election mean the grants scheme will resume after then.

Organisations which have already applied for a round four application pack will be notified of the new dates for consideration of grant bids.


Small grants:

Formally-constituted town-based community groups and organisations can apply for up to £1,000 towards projects which have a benefit to the BTAC area and its residents.

Funds can be used for a wide range of purposes, from start-up costs to purchase of a range of goods and services.

Applications will be scored against criteria. Those which do not meet the funding threshold will not go before the committee.

For more information or an application pack contact Maddy Eyre, the scheme administrator, at Boston Borough Council, Municipal Buildings, West Street, Boston, PE21 8QR, call her on 01205 314340 or email

Projects which have received BTAC grants have included activities for children and young people, neighbourhood groups' community events, environmental enhancements such as a bike track for a playing field, refurbishing and renovating war memorials and equipment for sports groups.

For more information, see the bulletin article:

Related documents

Size Name
[615kb] BTAC Small Grant Scheme Application BTAC Small Grant Scheme Application
[8Mb] BTAC Small Grant Scheme WARD MAP BOOKLET BTAC Small Grant Scheme WARD MAP BOOKLET
[5Mb] Councillor ward map Map showing the borough's wards and the councillors that represent them
[765kb] Small grants bulletin article Wednesday June 7 bulletin small grants

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