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Over 10 years we, the residents, have £1 Million to spend in our Boston Big Local Area. The money has been given by the National Lottery and is to be spent on improving the community.

If you are a resident, group or charity in the BBL area or you have members who live in the BBL area you can apply for funding.

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Resident Led

Residents have £1million to spend for the benefit of the community.
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Your Money

Your Money

Your Money, your choice.
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Latest News

New Lawnmower for Fydel House

Today, the residents of Boston Big Local had the pleasure of surprising the volunteer gardeners at Fydell House. For a while now the volunteers have been nursing their old petrol mower to keep it going and make the gardens at Fydell House look amazing for all to see. When, on the grapevine, we heard of […]

Community Chest Cheque Presentations

On Wednesday, the 12th September, we the residents of Boston Big Local presented the Community Chest Funding cheques to community groups who were successful from our July meeting. The lucky groups were Friar’s Folly, Boston Community Transport and Nacro who each required funding to keep their respective groups going. Friar’s Folly, as the name suggests […]

How things are run in Boston Big Local

Occasionally questions arise about how the Big Local resident-led programmed is managed and overseen. Residents on the local partnership put themselves forward to support the community, giving of their time and expertise. They do an amazing job in identifying and responding to its priorities. They can face many challenges, along with the rewards of helping […]

Big Local Rep’s Review – April to June 2018

As your Big Local Rep, about every three months I share my thoughts on local area progress with you as residents and with the central team managing the national programme. Your comments and thoughts are always welcome. Running things The partnership continues to meet monthly with the strong support of the Local Trusted Organisation, which is now Age UK […]

Boston Bike Night

Another event the residents of Boston Big Local help fund and one of our favourite events of the year. The Boston Bike Night arrived on the 5th July 2018. With bikes or all shapes and size coming from all over the country this event brings a huge amount of people into the town to see […]

Our Latest Newsletter – June 2018

The latest Boston Big Local newsletter is now available to read online. You can also pick up a physical copy from the Library, Blackfriars, Chantry House, Len Medlock, Fydell House and Boston Borough Council. In this latest edition, we share how the residents of Boston Big Local have been distributing the money to good causes in […]

Community Chest Funding Open

Boston Big Local is pleased to announce the relaunch of our community chest fund. If you are a group based in the centre of Boston or have attendees from the town centre area you can apply for funding of up to £1500. The Community Chest will fund the following running costs: Volunteer travel expenses (car […]

Our 3rd Birthday Party

From 3 to 5 pm on Thursday 10th of May at the Len Medlock Centre we celebrated our 3rd Birthday with many people who have been apart of the Boston Big Local journey. We are grateful for all those who attended and contributed to looking forward to the future as well as celebrating our achievements together. The […]

A Swing for Children with a Disability

Yesterday, in Central Park, Boston the new swing for Children with a disability was officially opened. The event was attended by pupils and staff from John Fielding Community Special School along with all the people and groups that enabled the swing to happen. Richard Gamman, Head Teacher at John Fielding said “I can see the […]

Funded By

Our Local Trust Organisation

Age UK Lincoln & South Lincolnshire
Chantry House, 3 Lincoln Lane
Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8RU

Spending So Far

We have 10 years to spend the £1 million.
We are in year 4 and we have currently spent around £250,000.