Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Fund

Community groups and voluntary organisations were able to apply for a grant up to a maximum of £500 towards the costs of their planned activities. This was during the Platinum Jubilee weekend on 2 to 5 June 2022.

The organisations that received a Queen’s Jubilee Fund grant and how much they were awarded

Organisation Funded activity Award
Time to Talk Befriending  Jubilee outreach for elderly service users £300
Craven Vale Community Association  Jubilee Extravaganza community celebration being held on 4th June £500
Palmeira and Adelaide Gardening Group Fund Community Jubilee lunch, activities and memory project on 5th June in Palmeira Square Gardens.    £500
Friends of Brunswick Square and Terrace Family friendly community celebration and entertainment £500
Coldean Community Organisation Platinum Jubilee Party, a community fun day. £500
The Hangleton Get Together Club Jubilee party lunch and entertainment £150
Together Collective Jubilee get together for 50-60 of their befriending scheme service users and volunteers.   £300
Bates Estate Residents Association  A tea party for residents and themed family activities at Moulsecoomb Hall.   £500
Old Boat Corner Community Association Free fun activities for families  £500
Jasmine Court Residents Association  Jubilee garden party and buffet lunch for residents living in supported housing scheme. £329
4 Streets in Hove Jubilee Street Party on Stirling Place.   £492
Age UK West Sussex Brighton & Hove  Ageing with Pride’ a photo shoot on Hove Lawns celebrating older people in Brighton & Hove £250
St George’s Hall Management Committee Platinum Jubilee community party £500
Langdale Gardens Residents Association Community street party activities £500
Lunch Positive Group participation in the community activities taking place in Dorset Gardens June 2nd.  £300
The Roundhill Society Platinum Jubilee Street Party with shared picnic and entertainment. £500
Total   £6,621

The Arts Council’s Let’s Create Jubilee Fund has supported 704 community-focused projects across England.