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Blackheath Assembly 201617 Fund

The assembly fund is now open for applications. The fund is a budget allocated to each ward to support chosen assembly priorities and helps each assembly make decisions and bring about change. The fund may also be used as ‘seed’ funding to attract other sources of finance.

How much is available?

There is £12,500 available and the maximum amount that you can apply for is £2,000. The Coordinating Group will consider applications higher than this amount if they deem the application to be ‘extraordinary’ and of real benefit to Blackheath ward.

What can it be spent on? 

It must be linked to at least one of the below Blackheath Assembly priorities.

The deadline for applications is Wednesday 28 September 2016 at 9am.

Top priorities for Blackheath Assembly 

  • Environment and community
  • Provision for older people, young people and children
  • Parking, streets and waste
  • Crime and anti-social behaviour​​​.

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Voting in the 2017 general election

If you were registered to vote last year you do not need to register to vote again for these elections.

Events

Haydn - The Esterhazy Years

Recital Room, Blackheath Halls 
2 May 10am to 12 noon

Join Matthew Taylor to appreciate the work of Joseph Haydn, court composer to the Esterhazy family for 30 years, and explore the music of this period.

Day Care for people with dementia and their carers Free

Age Exchange 
2 May 11am to 3pm

The new Day Care Services, led by experienced practitioners, include a range of enjoyable and creative activities - visual arts, knitting, singing, playing music, dance and drama, for example. These aim to maintain participants’ health and wellbeing.

Day Care for people with dementia and their carers Free

Age ExchangeAge Exchange  
2 May 11am to 3pm

The new Day Care Services, led by experienced practitioners, include a range of enjoyable and creative activities - visual arts, knitting, singing, playing music, dance and drama, for example. These aim to maintain participants’ health and wellbeing.

Vanbrugh Ensemble Concert - An evening of British Music

St Margaret's Church 
6 May 7.30PM to 9pm

To include Vaughan Williams’ Lark Ascending and a rare violin concerto by Thomas Linley junior and music by Delius, Bridge, Butterworth and Britten. Soloist Simon Standage and conductor James Murray.

Haydn - The Esterhazy Years

Recital Room, Blackheath Halls 
8 May 10am to 12 noon

Join Matthew Taylor to appreciate the work of Joseph Haydn, court composer to the Esterhazy family for 30 years, and explore the music of this period.

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