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Big Local North Brixton Fund

Funded through the Big Lottery Fund, Big Local is an exciting opportunity for residents in 150 areas around England to use at least £1m to make a massive and lasting positive difference to their communities. It’s about bringing together all the local talent, ambitions, skills and energy from individuals, groups and organisations who want to make their area an even better place to live.

One of the areas selected to receive Big Local funding is North Brixton, an area which includes Brixton Town Centre and the market, Stockwell Park Estate, Canterbury Gardens, Waltham, Robsart, and parts of Angell Town and Loughborough estates. The available funding is strictly for the benefit of residents of this area – please see the Big Local North Brixton map to see if your project is eligible.

Safe & Cohesive Brixton – Small Grants Fund

This is a small grants programme to support local organisations that are helping to create a safe and cohesive Brixton, and organisations can apply for up to £5,000 for activities that benefit residents of the Big Local North Brixton area, through addressing one or both of the following themes:

  • Community Safety
  • Community Cohesion

Please refer to the fund guidelines for a full list of the criteria.

Grant Size Grants of up to £5,000 are available.

Application Deadlines

Round 4 is for grants of up to £5,000, for projects lasting up to one year, beginning on or after 19th October 2015 and ending by 18th October 2016. The application deadline for Round 4 is 12pm on Monday 17thAugust 2015.

Help with your Round 4 application: There will be a workshop at 6-8pm on Wednesday 15th July to help you apply to Round 4 of this fund. To book a place please email Donna Yay at

Fund guidelines

Guidance notes for completing the online application for Round 4 (one year projects)

Please note: there are different application forms for each round. Please ensure that you click on the correct link within the guidance notes.

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