Community groups have been boosted with a share of £5,000 donated by a housing association.
Freebridge has distributed money from its community fund to groups which are making a big difference within West Norfolk.
Speada received £1,000 to put on an activity weekend for youngsters with a disability or carers while £1,000 was also given to U & Eye @ Snettisham, to help event for people who are partially sighted or blind.
St Germans Pre-school received money to buy new learning toys along with Upwell and Outwell Age Concern Luncheon Club and Sing Your Heart Out.
The fund has also supported the North Lynn Discovery centre for a campaign to warn youngsters about the dangers of having their drink spiked.
Freebridge’s chief-executive Tony Hall said: “The community fund is a very important part of our commitment to delivering our vision of a better West Norfolk. Being able to offer some financial support to these groups helps to sustain and develop important facilities for people that need them within our area.”
To apply for a grant of up to £1,000 call 01603 623958.
Freebridge Community Housing Assocation’s chief-executive Tony Hall is pictured above with the lucky recipients