By Steve Eliott - 7th June 2020 6:09am
Turnpike Field -- Calor Gas Funding.
Your support requested.
The Calor Gas Rural Community Fund offers grants for rural communities not connected to the mains gas grid. It provides the chance to gain funding for community projects that will help to improve local life.
This year is Calor's 85th Birthday, so they have made an £85,000 Prize Fund available -- there are 22 prizes and clearly these are in great demand, so not everyone can be a winner.
Turnpike Field has applied for one of the £1000 grants to help finance the wooden fencing of the field's ponds -- this is equal to about 50% of the anticipated costs -- which will be paid for out of existing Turnpike funds already donated by our community.
There were 590 initial applications to Calor and our application has successfully gone through to the next stage.
To improve Audlem's chance of success, Calor have agreed that 'Likes' and 'Shares' supporting the project will provide us with additional points in the next stage of the grant process -- we will receive 1 point for your 'Like' and 1 point for your 'Share'. We are not asking for donations.
So -- PLEASE HELP
All that is required is that you visit our project page here and then Click on Like and then on Share: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and/or WhatsApp
People need to either register for an account if they do not have one already or use Facebook -- when you click on 'Like' you will be offered the choice -- also you can opt-out of receiving any communications from Calor. It's a bit of a confusing, but hopefully will improve our chances -- No Pain No Gain!!!
PLEASE REMEMBER — WE ARE NOT ASKING FOR ANY MONETARY DONATIONS!!!
Please encourage as many relatives/friends/colleagues/strangers as you can to also vote for us!
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