2nd October 2018
By Ed Oldfield
Devon and Cornwall Police and Crime Commissioner Alison Hernandez has announced the community schemes which will benefit from a fund designed to help tackle anti-social behaviour.
They will get grants of between £250 and £2,500. They are: Creation Fest (Wadebridge); Skill up & be well, Cosgarne Hall (St Austell); Young People Leading Young People (Camborne); St Petrocs Cold Weather Provision (Truro and neighbouring areas); Roaming Breadline (Penzance); The Friday Night Project (Saltash); St Austell BID, body worn cameras; New Skills Academy, IntoBodmin; Believe (Falmouth.)
A similar amount has been set aside for next year. More than 50 ideas were put forward and were studied by a panel which chose the ones to get the funds.
This article has been supplied to Cornwall Reports by the BBC Local Democracy Service
Cosgarne Hall, St Austell, helps homeless people who have drug addiction problems