Yate Town Council Coronavirus Battle Fund

Yate Town Council has a Coronavirus Battle fund which is available with immediate effect to local organisations to support the Yate community in the battle against the coronavirus and help the residents of Yate.

If your organisation is assisting the local population in this time of crisis and needs financial support, please read the guidelines and complete and submit an application form to info@yatetowncouncil.gov.uk and your application will be dealt with as soon as possible.

Please click here to download guidelines.

Please click here to download application form.

Grants to Local Community Groups

Yate Town Council promotes an active community in Yate by awarding grants annually to non-profit making organisations. These organisations work for the benefit of Yate parishioners, with the intention of improving the range of services and activities in the town. Applications are particularly welcome from community groups and activities that respond to the climate and ecological crisis.

The Town Council recognises and supports the valuable contribution made by the voluntary sector to the wellbeing of the community. Many groups have benefited from grant assistance in the past including Hedgehog Rescue, MS Therapy Centre, Friends of Kingsgate Park, Cotswold Vale Talking Newspaper, Great Western Air Ambulance, to name but a few.

If your organisation is in need of some financial assistance and provides a beneficial service or activity for the community of Yate you can apply for grant funding from Yate Town Council.

Application forms are available from April onwards and can be downloaded below or obtained via our contact form.

Please click here to download the application form.

Grants for Environmental Projects

In addition to the annual grants round above, grant applications will be considered all year round if they relate to environmental projects that respond to the climate and ecological crisis.

Wills Davis Atwell Charity Grants 2022

Parish Map

Please ensure you check the parish map before applying for any Wills Davis Atwell grant. Yate Parish boundary is marked in orange.

Wills Davis Atwell Jubilee Grant 2022 – CLOSING DATE: 30TH SEPTEMBER 2022

To commemorate The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022, the Trustees of the Wills Davis Atwell Charity have agreed to award two grants of £5,000 each as well as awarding every other eligible and fully completed application with a £20 High Street voucher.

The two awards made by the Trustees of the Charity of £5,000 each will be awarded to one Apprentice Student and to one University student from Yate ( see below for eligibility)

Eligibility to Enter

To be eligible to enter and be considered for an award you must fit the below criteria;

  • Be aged 21 or under (on 31st October 2022);
  • Live within the Parish of Yate (the parish boundary is shown on the attached map). We strongly recommend you take time to check the boundary map as not all streets in Yate fall within the Parish of Yate;
  • Undertaking a 3 – 5year University degree course, or a NVQ Level 3 Apprenticeship 

For full award details please see application form

WDA Jubilee Award application form

Please click here to complete the online Wills Davis Atwell Jubilee Award Application Form

If you are unable to access the online Google form please email info@yatetowncouncil.gov.uk to request a copy.

Wills Davis Atwell Grant 2022 – CLOSING DATE: 30TH SEPTEMBER 2022

The Wills Davis Atwell grant are now open for 2022 applicants!

The grants assist young people under the age of 21 years who are bona fide residents of the Parish of Yate, to further their education or training or to purchase the necessary equipment for their advancement in life or to enable them to earn their own living as the Trustees think fit.  The charity does not fund ‘A’ Level or ‘A’ level equivalent courses.

WDA Grants application form

Please click here to complete the online Wills Davis Atwell Grants Application Form

If you are unable to access the online Google form please email info@yatetowncouncil.gov.uk to request a copy.

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