South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse – Rural England Prosperity Fund

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South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse – Rural England Prosperity Fund

South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse based organisations have until 1 July to apply for funding under the councils’ latest rounds of Rural England Prosperity Funding (REPF).

REPF offers up to £75,000 of capital funding for projects that help to support the rural economy and rural communities. Funding categories are:

  • Capital grants for small scale investment in micro and small enterprises in rural areas
  • Capital grants for growing the local social economy and supporting innovation
  • Capital grants for investment in capacity building and infrastructure support for local civil society and community groups

Funding can be used for a variety of projects, from farm diversification, business infrastructure & equipment, to community energy schemes and much more. For full details, organisations are encouraged to visit the councils’ websites at:

Vale: www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/vale-of-white-horse-district-council/business-and-economy/advice-for-businesses/rural-england-prosperity-fund/

South: www.southoxon.gov.uk/south-oxfordshire-district-council/business-and-economy/advice-for-businesses/rural-england-prosperity-fund/

For enquiries, please contact the councils’ Economic Development team via: [email protected].

 

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