Three new members have been appointed to the Glastonbury Town Deal board, bringing fresh local knowledge and skills as the eleven Town Deal projects move into the delivery phase
Glastonbury Abbey has been awarded a grant of £249,990 by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, a significant contribution to its piazza project as part of the Glastonbury Town Deal
Around 200 people attended the latest Glastonbury Town Deal community event, getting an update on how the £23.6million government funding will be invested in the town.
Residents and businesses in and around Glastonbury will have another chance to find out all about the Glastonbury Town Deal projects on Saturday 18th March.
Plans for Glastonbury Abbey Piazza have been approved by Mendip District Council, making this the second Glastonbury Town Deal project to be granted planning permission.
“The start of a new era for Glastonbury” The first Glastonbury Town Deal project has successfully progressed through the planning process, with initial works now likely to begin in early 2023. The planning application for the refurbishment and development of the existing leisure centre at Tor Sports and Leisure was approved at Mendip District Council’s […]
Skills & training took centre stage at the latest Glastonbury Town Deal event, with local specialists offering advice and opportunities to help the local community make the most of the £23.6million Towns Fund investment. Held on Thursday 24th November at Glastonbury Town Hall, the open event provided an opportunity for local residents and businesses to […]
Following confirmation last month of the £23.6million Towns Fund investment for Glastonbury, a community and skills focused event will be held on Thursday 24th November at Glastonbury Town Hall.
The full £23.6million Towns Fund investment for Glastonbury has been confirmed by the government, approving the eleven Town Deal projects and securing this once-in-a-generation funding that is set to revitalise the town.
The paperwork for the final Glastonbury Town Deal project is now on its way to Government for review, concluding the rigorous internal assurance process required to access this once-in-a-generation investment for the town