Baldock sports clubs awarded area committee grants

PUBLISHED: 08:30 11 September 2018

Baldock Cricket Club was awarded a grant which will be used for equipment and training for its junior team. Picture: NHDC

Baldock Cricket Club was awarded a grant which will be used for equipment and training for its junior team. Picture: NHDC

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Baldock organisations have been awarded grants from North Herts District Council’s Baldock and district area committee totalling more than £2,700.

The Baldock branch of the Royal British Legion has been awarded a grant to buy a new gazebo. Picture: NHDCThe Baldock branch of the Royal British Legion has been awarded a grant to buy a new gazebo. Picture: NHDC

Among those awarded grants was the Baldock Crusaders Netball Club, which was given £1,000 to assist with equipment and coaching costs for a new youth team.

Saracens Cricket Club received £800 to help them purchase equipment and training costs for new members.

The council awarded £220 to the Royal British Legion’s Baldock branch to buy a new gazebo and banner, which will be used at events throughout the year.

Baldock Cricket Club received a £750 grant, which will go towards the cost of equipment and professional training costs for its junior cricket team.

Baldock and district area committee chairman Councillor Janine Paterson said: “We are delighted to award these grants to such a wide variety of community groups in the Baldock area.”

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