Councillors Divisional Fund Scheme
A Worcestershire Councillors' Divisional Fund
(WCDF) has been created to enable local members to access money to
help local initiatives and support 'good works' which play an
important role in promoting the economic, social and environmental
well-being of communities within Worcestershire.
Each of the 57 members of the Council have an
allocation of £10,000 (per financial year), to spend on
locally-determined initiatives within their Divisions. They
have reasonable discretion as to how to spend their allocation, as
long as they are lawful for the Council, rational and are properly
The WCDF is aimed at one-off items of
expenditure or supporting community activity, local and national
charities or voluntary organisations within the local Division.
Formal applications for bids to the WCDF can
only be submitted by the local County Councillor; however,
individuals or organisations can contact their local Councillor and
seek support from the Fund. If you do want to contact your
Councillor for support, it would be helpful if you could provide
them information on how support from the WCDF would promote or
improve the economic, social or environmental well-being of the
local area, or those people within it.
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your local councillor is.
A list of those initiatives which have been
supported by councillors so far this year through the WDCF can be
found below together with further information on the Divisional
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This page was last reviewed 10 March 2014 at 11:08.
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