Biggar Youth Project gets £2,000 grant

SFCG - Biggar Youth Project has been awarded �2,000 towards their annual running costs by the Infinis Glenkerie Community Fund.'Biggar Youth Project, based at the Auction Ring in Biggar, has been providing a vital drop-in service and activities for local young people over many years. Fundraising is a constant challenge however, in particular attracting funding for essential costs such as heating and lighting.
SFCG - Biggar Youth Project has been awarded �2,000 towards their annual running costs by the Infinis Glenkerie Community Fund.'Biggar Youth Project, based at the Auction Ring in Biggar, has been providing a vital drop-in service and activities for local young people over many years. Fundraising is a constant challenge however, in particular attracting funding for essential costs such as heating and lighting.

YOUNGSTERS who attend Biggar Youth Project have 2,000 reasons to be cheerful following a bumper grant from the Infinis Glenkerie Community Fund.

The Youth Project, based at the Auction Ring in Biggar, has been providing a vital drop-in service and activities for local young people for many years.

However, fundraising is a constant challenge, in particular attracting funding for essential costs such as heating and lighting.

Sue Pacey, project co-ordinator at the Youth Project, couldn’t hide her delight when she received news of the £2,000 grant.

She said: “We’re delighted to receive this award.

“It’s more than just a valuable contribution towards our running costs, it’s also a vote of support for our work and is much appreciated.”