What’s changed'S ARCHIVE

  • Boston Big Local residents and delivery partners attended a workshop earlier this month to consider the impact of the Big Local project in Boston and what the lasting legacy will be once all of the £1m funding has been spent. Boston Big Local Chair, Richard Tory, opened the session by asking the question: what do […]

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  • A new sculpture was unveiled on 10 November as part of the official opening of the £15,000 Art Deco garden project in Central Park, to which Boston Big Local contributed £10,000.  Boston Big Local Chair, Richard Tory, opened the garden with Alison Fairman and Councillor Claire Rylott, chairman and vice-chairman of Boston in Bloom. The […]

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  • Groups with a great idea for a community event in central Boston or those who already run one are can submit an application for Boston Big Local’s Local Event Grants Scheme, which has funding totalling £18,000 available. The next deadline for applications is 19 January 2018 but groups who require a decision before then are […]

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  • At the Boston Beach event in August, Boston Big Local talked to 322 people to get their views on how things are in Boston. The results from this survey have now been analysed and compared to the results from the 2014 survey. You can download a full spreadsheet of the results here, or read a […]

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