Hull’s Community Led Local Development (CLLD) round 2 grant opens in January 2019

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Hull’s Community Led Local Development (CLLD) round 2 grant opens in January 2019

The second competitive Hull CLLD grant round opens on Wednesday 2nd January 2019.

CLLD funding will help unemployed and economically inactive people in Hull access and create local economic opportunities through 5 priority
activities:

  • Targeted training in key work-related skills
  • Making it easier to find and access work
  • Growing integrated community hubs
  • Supporting local and community businesses
  • Joining up support to increase household incomes

CLLD is available on a matched funded basis to organisations such as
voluntary and community sector groups, businesses, public sector and social
enterprises to deliver projects in 4 “hub areas” of Hull

  • North Hull & Orchard Park
  • East Hull
  • Bransholme
  • West Hull & Central

Humber Learning Consortium will be holding a series of (identical) free information events across the 4 hub areas throughout November:

The Guildhall – Weds 7th November (afternoon)

East Hull – Mon 12th November (morning)

East Hull – Mon 12th November (afternoon)

East Hull – Weds 14th November (morning)

East Hull – Weds 14th November (afternoon)

Bransholme – Mon 19th November (morning)

Bransholme – Mon 19th November (afternoon)

Bransholme – Tue 20th November (morning)

North Hull – Weds 21st November (morning)

Orchard Park – Weds 21st November (afternoon)

West Hull & Central – Friday 23rd November (morning)

West Hull & Central – Friday 23rd November (afternoon)

For CLLD guidance / supporting documents go to the Humber Learning Consortium website