Teesdale Area Action Partnership (AAP)

Joining Teesdale AAP means that you can get to the heart of your community. You can find out what's going on and have a say on how projects develop in the local area.  All board and forum meetings take place in the Teesdale area, please call or visit the website for more information. 

Anyone that lives or works in Teesdale can join the Teesdale AAP - your help and participation is crucial. 

As a member of Teesdale AAP, you will be part of the 'forum'. This is a group of people - which meets twice a year to help decide on the direction of the AAP. The forum gives you the chance to have a say on major issues that affect the area.

The AAP also has task groups where you can work and get involved in specific projects.
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Teesdale Action Partnership (TAP) Youth Fund launch - 1 August 2018

We are is pleased to announce the launch of their 2018 Youth Fund which aims to support community led youth activities for 11-19 year olds (25 years for special educational needs and/or disabilities) in the Teesdale area.

£9,902 is available and groups/organisations can apply for funding between £1,000 and £3,000. Applications must meet the specific eligibility criteria to receive funds.

If you would like to receive a Youth Fund 2018 Information Pack containing full guidance notes and an application form, please contact a member of the TAP team on 03000 260816 or 03000 260818 or email us at tap@durham.gov.uk

We can also support groups/organisations to complete their application on request.

Securing additional match funding is encouraged to help show wider contributions for your project.  We suggest applicants make use of the new ‘Durham 4 Communities’ web based funder finder.  This can be found on the Related Information section of the TAP webpage; http://www.durham.gov.uk/teesdaleaap

The deadline for completed applications is Friday 28 September at 5.00pm when all submitted applications will be reviewed against the funding criteria. A full technical appraisal will be carried out on successful applications, this process can take up to eight weeks. Project timescales should reflect this so we would advise February 2019 project start dates at the earliest.

Who to contact

0300 026 0817

Where to go

Durham County Council
Hall Street
Barnard Castle
County Durham
DL12 8JB

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