The Rochester Riverside Community Board oversees funding for community projects across Rochester. With an annual budget of £30,000 available for selected projects, the Board will help to bring to life worthwhile initiatives and ideas that will enhance the local area, cementing Rochester’s status as a great place to live.
The community board ensures that the community funds are allocated to local stakeholders and organisations through a robust and transparent application process. Those interested in applying for a grant should read the guidance notes (including full criteria) below before filling out an application form. Enquiries regarding the application process or the Community Board should be directed to Susan.Saunders@cpplc.com
The Rochester Riverside Community Board comprises representatives from Medway Council, Countryside and Hyde, along with local stakeholders, including Cllr Habib Tejan, Deputy Mayor for Medway Council and River Ward councillor; Jane Howard, CEO of Medway Voluntary Action; Janet Taylor, CEO of the Pilgrim Multi Academy Trust; Virginie Giles, Medway Place Manager and Dalia Halpern-Matthews, VCS Leaders Chair and CEO of Creating Cultural Capacities. Rochester Riverside residents will also be represented on the board in the coming months.