Communities and business can soon apply for a share of more than £3m to help West Norfolk.
The cash can be spent over the next two years on projects that build local pride, develop skills, create more jobs, increase productivity, or help the community.
Applications open at the end of February for the UK Shared Prosperity Fund and you can get between £500 and £10,000 for three different areas:
Innovation in the arts, cultural, heritage and creative sector
Enhancements to the character and vibrancy of town centres
Sustainable development of the borough’s year-round visitor offer
It can come from businesses or organisations, and you can be a company or a community group.
Graham Middleton, the borough councillor responsible for business, culture and heritage, said: “West Norfolk is a wonderful borough that is full of opportunities – and I’m delighted Cabinet approved the priorities for how this funding will be allocated to help our people, places and businesses to fulfil their potential.
“Between these two funds, there is enormous variety to the types of projects and sectors that can be supported so this presents a chance for people with good ideas to get funding for their schemes.”
You can find more, including links to apply from late February, here