The Big Lottery Community Buildings FundThe Football FoundationAlnwick District Council/Northumberland County CoucilShilbottle Parish CouncilThe Rural Development Programme for England (Leader)Trusthouse Charitable FoundationThe Joicey TrustHis Grace Duke of NorthumberlandSir James Knott TrustSherburn House TrustWilliam Webster Charitable Trust
The Community Chest ~ bowls trolley and storage equipmentSainsburys ~ youth club equipmentScholefield Trust ~ funding for Junior Youth GroupNorthumberland Childrens Trust ~ funding for Youth workRoyal & Sun Alliance Insurance ~ curtains for the main hall
The Lendrum Family Community First Fund ~ a years funding for the “What’s On” and funding for internet access so the Junior Youth Group can produce a newsletterCommunity Foundation ~ “What’s On” production costsCommunity Foundation ~ IT provisionCommunity Foundation ~ blinds for the main HallCommunity Foundation ~ new hearing loops for the Main Hall and the GrangeScholefield Trust ~ Art Workshops MaterialsLloyds Community Fund ~ “Challenge Yourself” project to get new groups running and run one off events for the communityJoicey Trust, Hadrian Trust, Hospital of God at Greatham and the Barbour Foundation ~ Youth WorkerNCCCommunity Chest ~ Youth room storage, Flooring, TV and Toddlers equipment
As of October 2013, the Hall had internet access and a telephone line thanks to a grant obtained via the Community Foundation.
In November 2015, the Hall had blackout blinds installed in the Main Hall, again courtesy of a grant via the Community Foundation. In 2016, we received a further grant to update the hearing loops in the Main Hall and the Grange Room. If you need to use the hearing loops, please ask how to access them.
We have continued to apply for grant funding for a variety of activities and for a half time Youth Worker for the village. We have been successful in securing grants for the Youth Worker, and Phillipa Compson took up the position at the end of April 2017. Phillipa also secured grant to fund a variety of activities and workshops for the young people in the village, including a Circus Skills Workshop.