Goole Town Council

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

PCC launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a £1m grant fund to run over the next three years.

The Community Safety Fund will offer grants towards the costs of crime reduction and community safety projects and provide support for victims of crime. It is designed to kick-start local projects that will cut crime and anti-social behaviour and improve residents’ feelings of safety.

For more information, click here.

"A haven of opportunity"

What’s on Up & Coming Events

GTC events

Junction Theatre & Cinema

  • Various dates, Various times
  • Location: Paradise Place, Goole, DN14 5DL, Cost: varies

For details of all Junctions events including plays, comedy, gigs, dance and cinema – visit junctiongoole.co.uk

GTC events

Goole Car Boot Sale – West Park

  • Sat 14 August, 8.30am
  • Location: West Park, Airmyn Road, Goole, DN14 6UU., Cost: Free
Goole Carboot has been set up by Goole Town Councillors to promote car boot sales held at West Park, Airmyn Road, Goole.

 

Pitches must be booked in advance by contacting Cllr Raspin c/o Goole Town Council on 01405 763652.