Larkfleet Homes Community Fund

The Larkfleet Homes Community Fund supports charitable projects that enhance or develop a thriving community for the benefit of the residents of a Larkfleet Homes development, and other local residents.

Applications for funding are invited by constituted groups (not individuals) delivering charitable projects with public benefit within a 10 mile (~16km) radius of any Larkfleet Homes or Allison Homes development. These are identified on the map below - which you can enlarge - and listed below

Click to see list of Larkfleet Homes/Allison Homes Developments
  1. Mayfield Gardens, Chesham Drive, Baston PE6 9QW
  2. Punchbowl Lane, Wainfleet Road, Boston PE21 9RL
  3. Colsterworth Point, Woodlands Drive, Colsterworth NG33 5NH
  4. Horncastle View, Louth Road, Horncastle LN9 5EN
  5. Blyth Way, Laceby DN37 7FD
  6. Kenwick Road, Louth LN11 8EG
  7. Northfield Road, Market Deeping, Peterborough PE6 8GX
  8. Pinchbeck Fields, Wardentree Lane, Pinchbeck PE11 3UF
  9. Grantham Road, Sleaford  NG34 7NW
  10. Small Drove, Weston PE12 6HS
  11. Doddington Grange, Wimblington Road, Doddington PE15 0TJ
  12. Thorney Meadows, Woburn Drive, Thorney PE6 0SN
  13. Langham Barns, Barleythorpe LE15 7FZ
  14. Gretton Valley, Weldon NN17 5EB
  15. Oakley Rise, Livingstone Road, Corby NN18 8ST
  16. Whittlesey Green, Eastrea Road, Whittlesey PE7 2AJ
  17. Buttercross Park, off Barleythorpe Road, Rutland LE15 7EE
  18. Bourne Heights, West Road, Bourne PE10 0LB
  19. Bourne Green, Bourne PE10 9PN
  20. Larkfleet Rise, Hyde Lane, Taunton TA3 5FA
  21. Churchinford Hills, Churchinford TA3 7QZ
  22. Hempstead Park, Forbes Drive, Peterborough PE7 0LH
  23. Greetham Square, North Brook Close, Greetham LE15 7SD
  24. Collingham NG23 7PB
  25. Deepdale Lane, Nettleham LN2 2NT
  26. Thimbleby Hill, Horncastle LN9 5RB
  27. Thorney Road, Eye PE6
    Bonnybank, Cupar Road, Bonnybank KY8 5SX - NOT SHOWN ON MAP

More details

Priority will be given to projects that are designed to support local people and communities. Organisations receiving an award are not able to reapply until after the 3rd anniversary of the initial grant award.

Organisations must be 'grant ready' - click here for checklist

Grants will normally be offered in the range of £250* to £5,000, but larger grants are possible.

*Sponsorships, gifts and donations of less than £250

Sponsorships, gifts and grants of less than £250 are administered directly by Larkfleet Homes. The company recognises that many small groups, seeking small donations, may not be able to meet all the requirements of the Cambridgeshire Community Foundation’s application process. If you wish to apply for funding of less than £250, therefore, you can simply fill in the form that you will find here.

Recent Awards

Grants have been made from the Fund as follows:

Donington PC received a grant of  £475 towards a garden shed, tools, a bird table, compost, plants and decking to form herb and wild flower beds

Families First Peterborough CIC received a grant of  £1000 to fund an arts and crafts workshop for young people /adults who are Care Leavers

Sawtry and District Bowling Club received a grant of  £1045 to provide two ramps in order to improve access to the bowling green and club house

Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust received a grant of £1450 to provide wood-working equipment for retiree volunteers to produce signage for interpretation and education

Somerset Sight received a grant of  £5000 to reduce isolation and loneliness by providing six additional outings for 12 sight impaired adults per outing

Eye Primary School received a Larkfleet Community Fund grant towards the refurbishment of the school swimming pool, thus allowing it to be used by local community groups

George Matthews Friendship Club received a grant to help them put on new activities for their members. 

Eye Community Runners received a grant to buy a bad weather shelter and training equipment for its junior members.