Kilsby is a village and civil parish in the Daventry district of Northamptonshire, England, situated approximately five miles south-east of Rugby and six miles north of Daventry.
The village has a population of 1,221 (2001 census). It gives its name to the Kilsby Tunnel on the West Coast Main Line. The tunnel measures 2,400 yards (2,216m) in length, and was designed and constructed by Robert Stephenson, son of the famous George Stephenson. Together, they invented the early steam-engine "The Rocket".
Do you run a club, society or community group, would you like to apply for funds to help with your activities. If so there are 2 sources of possible funding that you can access.
Firstly funding can be requested from DDC via their voluntary and community services programme. This programme is designed to support voluntary and community groups with capital projects and in certain cases with a lesser amount to support revenue expenditure. Additional monies have been available through this programme for this current financial year (2018/19). It is important to note that capital grants can be up to a maximum of 50% of project costs and have a ceiling figure of £15,000.
The second source of funding is Section 106 monies available as a result of the A361 housing development by Avant Homes.
There is a defined sum of money totalling £105,141.12 for which applications can be made under the following prescribed headings.
Green space 4963.20
Indoor sports 28505.76
Indoor youth 3242.40
Outdoor sports 48362.40
Parks and gardens 16751.04
Play areas 2571.84
In all cases grant applications must be supported with a well documented and fully costed plan which will identify the benefits to the community and demonstrate the advantages of it being managed by the parish council or local community group. The joint application form for both funding streams and completion guidance for capital grant applications are available below.
Once you have completed your application please forward it to Councillor Sarah Stainton at
email@example.com for review by the Parish Council Sec 106 Committee. Applications to be returned by 15th November.