Magna Park Community Fund Makes Further Donations

Posted on Thursday, February 18th, 2016

The Magna Park Lutterworth community fund, as managed by Gazeley (Brookfield Logistics Properties) has made further donations to local groups and charities in the Lutterworth area.

Mr Gwyn Stubbings, Planning Director at Gazeley (Brookfield Logistic Properties) presented the following cheques: –


  • Harborough District Children and Young People’s Charity (HCYC) – £2,500 contribution towards activity sessions as part of a ’Chill Out Bus’ Project for children and young people.
  • Wycliffe Bowls Club – £2,500 for the purchase of a new lawn mower.
  • Clay Brooke Primary School Parent Teacher Association – £2,500 contribution towards a swimming pool cover.
  • Home-Start South Leicester – £2,500 contribution towards home visiting services to support disadvantaged families with young children.
  • Cotesbach Educational Trust – £1,528 contribution towards a Nature Walk and Victorian Schoolhouse re-enactment experience.
  • Lutterworth Town Council – £2,500 contribution towards a new town cemetery.
  • Lutterworth Masonic Association – £600 contribution towards decorating and fitting out the Community Room at Masonic Hall.
  • Lutterworth Town Council – £1,278 contribution towards the purchase of long distance radios to be used for community events.
  • Lutterworth Town Hall Charity – £1,278 contribution towards the construction of a new entrance / porch to the town hall.
  • Cross Counties Radio (£2,500) – Magna Park radio startup funding
  • Lutterworth Community Transport (£2,500) – new computers
  • Claybrooke Magna Parish Council (£2,500) – repairs to village hall

The contributions totalled almost eighteen thousand pounds overall.

Gazeley’s Community Fund is committed to supporting local community projects and charities and welcomes applications from local groups for funding in the Magna Park Lutterworth area. It was established by Gazeley to support community and voluntary organisations to deliver local projects. With a sizeable fund of £20,000 available per annum, many local charities and voluntary groups have already benefited from this initiative.










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