Results of Grassland Hasmoor Big Local Photographic Competition September 2018

The first GHBL Photographic Competition results are in …..

1st prize - £100, 2nd prize £50, 3rd prize £25 and overall winner £50

1st Prize winners were Sean Barnett with Autumn Mist in the Adult category and Lydia Ashmore with ginger cat 2 in the secondary age category.

 Autumn Mist

 Cat ginger 2

 The overall winner was Sean Barnett chosen by public vote at Big Local Vote Fund event on Tuesday 25th September, Hasland Working Men’s Club.

Nick Rhodes took 2nd place in the Adult category with Trainspotting at the old Hasland Loco Shed and 

6 NR train spotting at the old hasland loco shed

Lydia Ashmore took 2nd place secondary age category with Cat spots.

 Cat spots

3rd prize winners were Philip Arrandale in the adult category with The Local Shops - Excellent Range and Great People, and Lydia Ashmore for Grassmoor Country Park Liquid Tranquillity.

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 Grassmoor Country Park Liquid Tranquility

 

The competition attracted 35 entries and many of them will be included in a GHBL calendar which will be available later this year. Please check our website www.grasslandhasmoor.co.uk for further details or contact Karin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; or Dallas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Hasland Hub: Expressions of Interests Sought!

 The Grassland Hasmoor…Big Local (GHBL) Partnership Board has decided to assess the interest from local community facilities in developing a community hub in Hasland which provides accessible services and Big Local activities for residents and a base for the GHBL support staff and volunteers.

Any organisations interested in developing a proposal based upon the aspirations of GHBL should follow the guidance within the following documents and complete an expression of interest by the deadline of 12noon on Wednesday 31st October 2018.

Expression of Interest Document

Enclosure A - Specification & Appraisal Framework

Enclosure B - Consultation Report

 

Grassmoor Funday 7th July

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Blessed with wonderful weather Grassmoor Funday was very well received and supported by the local community. 

There were lots of different things to try with over 20 stalls to visit. 

The events committee had provided free activities including face painting, a bouncy castle and Extreme Wheels for the younger community members to enjoy. 

In addition, White Post farm provided a very ‘hands-on’ experience with a variety of animals for all the family to enjoy.  At very short notice a local dance troupe stepped in to entertain everyone with their amazing show. 

A huge thank you to everyone who attended and to all the volunteers who helped with organising, setting up and clearing away, without whom, this event would not have been possible.

A great example of the community spirit that exists in Grassmoor!    

Hasland Gala Sunday 10th June 2018

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Hasland Gala was blessed with wonderful weather and a great family atmosphere this June. Many visitors chose to bring picnics and blankets whilst the hot food on offer outside and refreshments served indoor at the Village Hall were also well populated. Entertainment with a 1940s theme was provided by one of the singers from the excellent Daisy Belles group and there was a great mix of stalls offering goods to buy, useful information and things to try . There was also plenty to entertain the children such as the fairground attractions,climbing wall, heritage cars, Army and the Fire Service.  Congratulations to Friends of Eastwood Park organising committee who provided such a lovely day for those visitors both local and further afield.

Newsletter Summer 2018

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For a larger version of our GHBL Summer 2018 Newsletter please click here to download, the newsletter includes a complete list of forthcoming events, details of the Photographic competion, funding information plus application forms and much more.

Community Chest is open for applications

Could your Group or Project use up to £500?

Grassland Hasmoor... Community Chest

  • This funding stream is to enable Groups operating in Grassmoor and Hasland to grant funding for projects or services taking place in their area, up to a maximum of £500 per application. 
  • To support resident led local groups to make a positive difference in their community
  • To build a stronger and more resilient community

Who Can Apply?

Community and voluntary organisations that are based in Grassmoor or Hasland for activity that is for the benefit of people from at least one of the two areas

How Can I Apply?

  • For an Application Form please Click Here 
  • The Community Chest Fund is a rolling programme and applications can be submitted all year round
  • Please refer to the Helpsheet to complete your application
  • Alternatively Application Forms and Helpsheets can be supplied by the GHBL Support Workers- Dallas Asher- 07825 183569 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Karin Evangelides- 07825 294346 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

What Happens Next?

Submit your completed application form to a Grassland Hasmoor... Support Workers either electronically to dallas at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or Karin at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or post to 

  • Unit 2, Penmore Business Suite, Saxton Close, Hasland, Chesterfield,  S41 0SJ
  • GHBL, Grassmoor Community Centre, New Street, Grassmoor, Chesterfield, S42 5EE

Do you need any advice before you apply?

Please contact a GHBL Support Worker if you have any questions or need any support completing your application- see Dallas and Karin's contact details above

What types of activity do Community Chest Fund?

  • Training courses
  • Events
  • Equipment and materials
  • Feasibility studies
  • Small building and environmental works
  • Transport costs (but not to purchase vehicles)
  • Other items to help you run your group

Before submitting your proposal you can check to ensure that the proposed activity is eligible by contacting a GHBL Support Worker-Dallas Asher- 07825 183569  or Karin Evangelides- 07825 294346

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