Brigg Biomass Plant Community Fund Grants Awarded

Round Three (closed August 2018)
  • Wrawby Windmill Society – £4,500
    Towards display/shelving units
  • Ancholme Rowing Club – £1,685
    Safety Equipment for Ancholme Head Rowing Race
  • Scawby Parish Council – £15,948
    Adult/Youth Out Door Gym Trail
  • 1st Hibaldstow and Scawby Scout Group – £9,822
    Group Expeditions 2020
  • Glanford and Scunthorpe Canoe Club – £7,847
    Towards new kayaks and canoes
  • Broughton Town Council – £5,760
    Outdoor Seating at Phil Grundy Centre
  • Brigg Parochial Church Council – £585
    The Church Hall Window Blinds
  • Brigg 2222 Air Cadets – £4,496
    Towards laptops for STEM, DofE Projects, BTech and Leadership courses
Round Two (closed September 2017)
  • The Briggensians – £9,499
    Refurbishment of the Sir John Nelthorpe Cricket Wicket
  • Scawby Parish Council – £9,450
    Towards a new pedestal slide, roundabout with disabled access and safety surfacing
  • Hibaldstow Village Hall – £6,557
    To replace the damaged hall flooring
  • Brigg Amateur Operatic Society – £1,760
    Towards the purchase of a new portable electronic piano for rehearsals and public performances
  • Brigg Bowling Club – £9,973
    Purchase of a new lawn mower
  • Ancholme Vallery Heritage Trust Ltd – £3,578
    To develop a ‘lost’ skills and crafts programme for adults – for example knitting, crocheting, felt-making, acrylic painting, clay-work, rug making, embroidery, calligraphy, weaving and creative writing
  • Greenheart, Earth Care and Traditional Skills for Children – £3,610
    To run two eight part courses for different age group children to learn about Bees, Forests, Renewable energies, living low impact and using traditional crafts to be part of a positive change
  • Broughton dramatic Society – £6,995
    Towards water supply pipe repair and reconnection
Round One (closed August 2016)
  • Wold Court Resident Association, Together we learn – £1,000
    Towards the purchase of Ipads to support IT based learning and activities
  • Brigg Singers Serenade in Brigg and the surrounding villages – £475
    To purchase song sheets for choir members
  • Hibaldstow Short Mat Bowls Club – £7,264
    For Electrowind Short Mat Handling / Storage Machine, with mats
  • Brigg Wheelers , Skatepark Refurbishment – £4,104
    Two wooden ramps skatelite surfaces to be replaced.
  • Scawby Parish Council Play park Improvements – £6,490
    Purchase and install two new pieces of equipment with safety surfacing
  • 1st & 2nd Brigg Scout Group, Scout Hut Development – £17,130
    Replacement kitchen, new boiler, heaters, insulation and solar panels installation, disabled toilet and anti-slip flooring
  • Hibaldstow Astronomical Society, The Solarmax Project – £1,000
    Towards the purchase of a Solarmax Telescope
  • Cadney All Saints Church and Parish Room/Hall – £8,472
    The installation of a compost eco toilet adjacent to Cadney Church Hall
  • North Lincolnshire Council – £2,000
    Installation of a 4KW solar PV system at Scawby Village Hall

In addition to the ten projects totalling £50,000, provided by BNLL, GrantScape have further supported two more groups.

  • Broughton Cricket Club, Equipment and Storage Provision – £8,000
    Cricket Poweroll and Storage Container
  • Broughton Village Hall, Refurbishment – £3,000
    Interior decorating