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Wow! Thank you so much to everyone who voted for Ullapool Swim Club Riding the Wave Project at the 3-D fund today. The £2000 will give a huge boost to the club to help cover costs as it grows. The funding will help keep membership fees down so that its accessible to as many 8-18 year olds as possible and now we can buy new kit, pay for more pool time, go to and hold more galas and train more volunteers to train the new members.
On behalf of Lochbroom Community Council I’d like to congratulate the organisers of the 3D fund and all today’s presenters for a first class event. Also a huge thank you to all those who voted for the Morefield Park zip wire bid. We’ll be trying to get the ball rolling on this as soon as possible
On behalf of the UHS Charity Committee, we would like to thank all who voted for us and supported us yesterday. We are very excited to be given the opportunity to start this new project. We would also like to thank everyone who organised the event which we thought was a huge success. Also, well done all the other groups as well whether they got the money or not!
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Community Led Projects
Ullapool Community Trust recently delivered a Participatory Budgeting project. The Lochbroom 3D Fund, Discuss, Decide, Do! The community came together to decide how money could be put to best use on the ground in our area. This was part of the Scottish Government's Community Choices Fund, which empowers communities participate and take an active role in how public funds are targeted at a local level. To find out more about Participatory Budgeting, visit the PB Scotland Website: https://pbscotland.scot/
From the blog
Ullapool Community Trusts Winter News Letter is now available via the link below: https://us8.campaign-archive.com/?u=890070d2d30970afbe7de6e3a&id=f94b5dc861
GREEN INK is an exciting new creative writing project for young people aged 16-25, Please see the attached flyer for further information.
ULLAPOOL now has access to free WiFi in and around the centre of the town thanks to a project led by the Highland Council and funded by the Inverness and Highland City-Region Deal.