Community Feasibility Fund

The Community Feasibility Fund is funded by the UK Government Shared Prosperity Fund (UKSPF) for Communities and Place. We provide support for Bridgend’s communities to undertake local resilience planning, focusing on Health, Climate and Economy. The Community Feasibility Fund continues the success of the Reach programme with the aspiration of developing Bridgend’s communities into thriving places to live, visit and work.

Applications for the Community Feasibility Fund will be closing on 28th February 2024

Support Available

The Community Feasibility Fund is revenue only and provides 100% of eligible project costs. The minimum available is £2,000 and the maximum £35,000 (excluding VAT).

The fund can be used to develop and test ideas that can help improve and maintain resilience for the communities of Bridgend County Borough and is allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Who can apply?

  • Community groups or volunteer organisations
  • Charities
  • Community / Town Councils
  • New or existing networks
  • Third sector organisations
  • Public sector organisations

How to apply

  • Contact and request an Expression of Interest form.  Please complete this short form and send it back to
  • The EOI is screened for eligibility and reviewed for direct project funding or signposting to other relevant funding streams.
  • If eligible, you will be invited to submit a full application with support from a Resilient Communities Co-ordinator.
  • The full application is submitted to the BCBC Grant Approval Panel for review and approval.
  • If approved, the project will be developed in partnership with the Bridgend Resilient Communities team. The team will work with you to commission the project and deal with the contractor arrangements while you steer the project and provide direction.

How to get in touch

Please email:
Call: 01656 815080

Further Guidance