Party like it’s 1999?

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And, would-Jubillee-ve it, you might get a grant!

Queen’s Platinum Jubilee event funding

The City Council are providing grants of up to £500 for events and activities in Cambridge that will commemorate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.

If you are considering running such an event and are seeking funding, read the application information document (PDF, click here)  email: grants@cambridge.gov.uk or call the Grants Team on T: 01223 457857 to request an application form.


But it’s not just parties, and not just the Jubilee…

Groups of local residents or voluntary groups can apply to the Cambridge City Council’s area committees for funding for projects, activities or services.

The priorities for Area Committee Community Grants specifically focus on reducing social and economic inequality for disadvantaged residents. Projects or activities should benefit a specific community or people living in a particular area.

The application process for the 2022/23 round of area committee funding is now open. The closing date for completed applications for groups in and around the Mill Road area is Tuesday 8th February 2022.

For fuller information, including deadlines for other areas of Cambridge, visit the Cambridge City Council’s Area Committee Funding page.

To find out whether your group or activity is eligible, and for guidance on how to apply, read/download the Area Committee Community Grant 2022/23 application information [PDF, 0.3MB], and/or watch a webinar presentation explaining how to apply.


Party like it’s May 1945?

The scene in May 1945 when Gwydir Street residents celebrated VE Day. Click the image to read more about Gwydir Street on the Capturing Cambridge website. Photo courtesy of the Cambridgeshire Collection.

Party like it’s June 2002?

Gwydir Street held a street party on Saturday 1st June 2002 for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee…

Click the photo (© The Edkins family) to view more on this event.
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