Residents in the Swaffham area are being urged to have their say on how £10,000 of district council cash is spent.
The money has been allocated through the Pride in Breckland scheme, which aims to support projects that encourage residents to live more active lives.
A total of £50,000 has been allocated to the district’s five market towns and their surrounding villages by the scheme and the Iceni Partnership will be running the programme in the Swaffham area.
Lynda Turner, Breckland Council’s executive member for community and environmental services, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for clubs and organisations that just need a little funding to get their projects off the ground, and I look forward to seeing some great new initiatives happening in the district.
“Throughout the process it will be local people who determine how the money is spent in their communities.”
For more information, phone the Iceni Partnership on 01760 722800.