Cabinet To Decide On £165,000 Of Grants

Cabinet To Decide On £165,000 Of Grants

Saturday 5th Dec 2020

The Pembrokeshire County Council Cabinet will meet next week (Monday, 2nd November) to decide on grants totalling almost £165,000.

The Cabinet will consider nine recommendations for approval for grants under the Second Home Council Tax - Community Element Enhancing Pembrokeshire Grant scheme.

The scheme uses funds raised from a Council Tax premium on Second Homes and empty properties in the county.

Among the projects applying for support is Age Cymru Dyfed, which wants to promote and provide outreach services from Haverfordwest throughout Pembrokeshire.

The Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre is applying for money to help the centre gain nationally recognised museum accreditation.

And a project by Resilience Network Pembrokeshire seeks to champion and develop allotments, encouraging new sites and community growing land.

The Cabinet meets remotely at 10am on Monday, 2nd November and the meeting will be webcast live.