Where Can The Money Go: Port Glasgow

Several projects have applied for money across Port Glasgow

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The projects that have applied for money are:

Port Glasgow Fun Day

 Cost £ 6000 

In partnership with the Upper Port Family group, the Charm Group are looking to hold a family fun day using Newark Primary School as a base, this will be great opportunity to bring the Port Glasgow Community together.

The fun day will include:  

  • Community BBQ (external company)
  • Bouncy castle/inflatable
  • Charm group to lead on arts and crafts for example clothing up-skilling and blankets for care homes
  • Line dancing
  • Face painting
  • Music activities

This will help bring the community together both young and the older generation, there will also be opportunities for skills share for example sewing and embroidery. It will also hopefully encourage more community members to become part of the Charm Group and also attend the other groups such as the toddlers group and family group.

This is a partnership approach in which we will use local suppliers and encourage the community to come together to take part in a fun day. It will help improve the community feel good factor and provide families with a day that requires no cost which will reduce any barriers to access.

 

Community events @ Clune Park

 Cost:£5000

Clune Park Community Centre in Partnership with the Port Glasgow Toddles group are looking to host 3 events over June, July and August.

Event1: Afternoon Tea and entertainment ( June)

This will be for the older people within Port Glasgow, in which there will be food, music and other entertainment

Event 2: Health and Wellbeing ( July)

This event is open to everyone to attend, at this event there will be a variety of free workshops, stalls focusing on health and wellbeing For example a free pamper session and relaxation workshops. There will also be activities to help keep the children entertained.

Event 3: Fun day (August)

This will be a free fun day with a variety of indoor and outdoor activities to keep all ages entertained.

 

The aims of these events is to help gather the whole community together, to socialise/interact and get back out of the house and meet new people. To improve mental health giving everyone something to look forward to. To help reduce poverty over the summer period as food will be available at no cost. Brining all generations together.

 

Parklea Branching Out: Spring/Summer Events

£5000

This would start with a community Spring Fair in April followed by a series of monthly ‘Community Get Tai Chi in the Garden with sessions outside in the Parklea grounds (gazebos and covered areas would  be available in inclement weather to ensure the sessions can go ahead as planned)

  • Therapeutic crafts such as Willow Weaving & Macrame.
  • Herbalist Session – learning about the varied uses of herbs, how they grow and planting up your own herb planter to take home.
  • Grow and Learn Together –
  • “One Planet Picnic”
  • We will provide growing resource and activity boxes.

 

Comet Festival Parade

£5000

 

The Port Glasgow Festival is an annual event which takes place on June the 24th.

We would like to organise a parade to take place on festival day. To enable as many people as possible to take part in the parade we would like to use the fund awarded to run workshops which would provide art work and banners to be used for the Parade. We would also like to run a music workshop for the youth of our community to enable them to bring music to the parade, providing an opportunity to learn new skills.