COSLA have launched their new Mainstream Participatory Budgeting Film. To view - please click here.
North Ayrshire Alcohol and Drugs Partnership (ADP) is inviting community groups and projects to submit bids for funding grants of between £8,000 and £10,000 to promote recovery and address the impact of drugs-related deaths in our communities. If you would like to apply for funding please complete the below application form (along with guidance notes to
PB Scotland Training will be held on Tuesday 28th January 2020 at Scottish Youth Theatre, Glasgow Tea & coffee will be available from 9.30 am with the event taking place from 10.00 am - 4.00 pm (Lunch will be provided). As participatory budgeting (PB) grows across Scotland there is a need for skilled facilitators from the voluntary, community
From 8 - 22 November 2019 young people in North Ayrshire have been voting for the projects they would like to see in their communities. Voting has now closed and the results are in!
There are just TWO DAYS left to Vote. Youth projects from across North Ayrshire have applied for up to £1000. If you are aged 8-25 you can vote for where the funding goes! Voting closes are 12.00 noon on Friday 22 November 2019. To place your vote please click the link below: Youth PB Voting
North Ayrshire Young People’s Participatory Budgeting Could you use funding for a youth project that makes a difference in your community? Submit a bid and let North Ayrshire’s young people decide! Individuals, clubs, groups and parent councils from across North Ayrshire are invited to bid for up to £1000 per Locality (Arran, Garnock Valley, Irvine, Kilwinning,
North Ayrshire Young People’s Participatory Budgeting Could you use funding for a youth project that makes a difference in your community? Submit a bid and let North Ayrshire’s young people decide! For more information please click here To download the Finance Sheet/Guidance Notes please click here
Over 400 people attended and 338 people voted at Eglinton Park Racquet Hall on Saturday 8 June for the local initiatives they wanted to receive funding to improve food access in North Ayrshire! The results were: Group Grant award Café Solace £ 1,192.80 Castlepark Early Years Centre £ 1,000 Centrestage Communities Ltd £ 1,250 Dalry Community Sports
Family fun in store at Fairer Food decision day event Come along and enjoy some fantastic, free family activities at Eglinton Park on Saturday 8 June 2019 as part of North Ayrshire Council’s Fairer Food decision day event. The participatory budgeting process, which kicked off earlier this year, invited individuals and groups to bid for up
Have Your say on how part of the Grounds Maintenance budget for open spaces in your area! What is Grounds Maintenance Participatory Budgeting? Participatory Budgeting encourages communities to decide how to spend an allocated portion of a budget. Following a successful pilot in the Three Towns Locality, North Ayrshire Council has approved the roll-out of the