Glastonbury Towns Fund News
Press releases relating to Glastonbury Towns Fund news.
A short film about the Glastonbury Town Deal will be streamed next week, giving local residents an opportunity to learn more about the Town Deal projects and the benefits these will bring for the local community.
A Glastonbury Town Deal open day event has been postponed to allow project teams to push ahead with the paperwork needed to realise the £23.6m investment.
Dr Lynne Sedgmore CBE has been appointed as the new Chair of the Glastonbury Town Deal Board, having been voted in unanimously at the Board meeting on 25th March.
Another open day event will be held in Glastonbury on Saturday 7th May to give the local community a chance to find out about the 12 projects set to benefit from the £23.6m Town Deal funding, providing an opportunity to share feedback and ideas with the people leading the projects.
More than 50 business people attended an event at Abbey House in Glastonbury on 3rd March to hear about the opportunities that the Town Deal projects could bring for local suppliers.
Over 350 people attended an open day event at Glastonbury Town Hall on 25th February to find out more about the 12 community-led Town Deal projects and share their feedback with the project teams.
Businesses based in and around Glastonbury will be able to learn more about the opportunities that the Town Deal investment could bring for local contractors and suppliers at an event in the town on Thursday 3rd March.
A community-focused open day event will be held on Friday 25th February at the Town Hall in Glastonbury, giving local residents and businesses an opportunity to find out more about the Glastonbury Town Deal projects.
The confirmation paperwork for all 12 projects outlined in Glastonbury's Town Investment Plan (TIP) has been formally submitted to the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government (MHCLG).
As COP26 draws to a close, leaders involved in the Glastonbury Town Deal are highlighting the important role that the investment could play in helping to tackle climate change.