Agenda and minutes

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Items
No. Item

39.

Apologies for Absence

To receive any apologies for absence

Minutes:

Apologies for absence were received from Councillors Clive Bullock and Claire Stretton.

40.

Declarations of Interest pdf icon PDF 219 KB

To receive any Declarations of Interest.

Minutes:

Cllr Bowden - Declared a personal interest as he donated his Members Budget to the Windsor Baptist Church and his granddaughter attended the play group sessions there.

41.

Minutes pdf icon PDF 73 KB

To confirm the Part I Minutes of the previous meeting.

Minutes:

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That the Part I minutes of the meeting held on 10 March 2017 be approved.

42.

CAPITAL SLIPPAGE

43.

Council Funding for Local Organisations.

Minutes:

The Panel discussed all grant applications in Part II, but agreed to minute the decisions in Part I.

 

BUDGET: £32,477

 

RESOLVED: That the following grant awards be made and the decision be minuted in Part I:

 

  Organisation

£

2ND Ascot Guides

1,000

4th Ascot Brownies

1,000

Blue Acre Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation

500

Clewer Scout and Guide Group

1,000

Craft Co-Op

500

Elizabeth House

2,000

Eton Wick Village Association

2,000

First Datchet Sea Scouts

1,000

Maidenhead Community Centre

3,000

Men’s Matters

1,000

Old Court

1,000

Phoenix Gym

5,000

SportsAble

1,500

St Luke’s Maidenhead Parochial Church Council

1,000

Windsor and Maidenhead Symphony Orchestra

750

Windsor Baptist Church / Tree House Café

2,000

Windsor Community Defibrillator Project

1,725

Windsor Parish Church

1,000

Windsor Horse Rangers

500

 

That with regret, the following applications were refused:

 

ApnaVirsa

Autism Group

Breastfeeding Network

Headway Thames Valley

Maidenhead Heritage Centre

Re:Charge R&R

Windsor and Maidenhead Symphony Orchestra (2nd application)

Your Management Ltd

 

44.

Social Enterprise - Clean Conscience

Minutes:

Andrew Green, Community Partnership Co-ordinator explained to the Panel that Clean Conscience was an established social enterprise that wanted to upscale their activity. They took unused toiletries and recycled them to sell for good causes. Part of their activities was to train disabled people and bring local companies in to carry out work as part of their social contribution. The Community Partnership Co-ordinator recommended that Clean Conscience be awarded £20,000 of Social Enterprise funding.

 

RESOLVED UNANIMOUSLY: That Clean Conscience be awarded £20,000 Social Enterprise funding.