Grant Aid 2019 - Now Open

Every year the Town Council distributes its Grant Aid.

The aim of the Town Council's Grants Scheme is to promote a vibrant and active community in Bognor Regis. The scheme recognises and supports the valuable contribution made by the voluntary sector to the well being of the community. It provides financial support for community organisations working for the benefit of residents, with the intention of improving the range of services and activities in the Town.

The Town Council has agreed the following strategy and priority headings for 2018-2020 and organisations are required to show how their application would meet these:

Promoting the Bognor Regis Brand and Town Area

Partnership Working and Community Engagement and Empowerment


Acquiring and creating more community assets


 Those wishing to apply for Grant Aid funding should read the 'Letter to Applicants' and 'Criteria and Checklist' thoroughly.  To submit an application, all four pages of the 'Application Form' must be completed and returned with the 'Checklist' confirming that all required documentation has been provided. 


All documents must be returned to the Town Council in hard copy by 5.00pm on Friday 28th September 2018.  Applications submitted electronically will be rejected by the Town Council and the applicant notified.


Letter to Applicants 


Criteria and Checklist 

Application Form


Bognor Regis Ward Map 


Mayor's Civic Reception - Grant Aid 2017

Each year, recipients of a Town Council Grant Aid award are invited to attend a civic event at which they are presented with a cheque for the fudning amount awarded to them.

On the evening of Thursday 30th March 2017 the Town Mayor, Councillor Pat Dillon, held a Civic Reception as his year in office draws to an end. The event was kindly hosted by Butlin’s Bognor Regis Resort with sincere thanks and gratitude paid to Mr Jeremy Pardy, Resort Director.

The Mayor was delighted to see the many numbers of people that attended the evening. Live entertainment was provided by vocalist Kim G while guests were hugely supportive of the Mayor’s Charities, the Cadet Forces, in buying tickets for the raffle. Many individuals and businesses, local to the area, were incredibly generous in donating prizes for the raffle thanks to which just over £400 was raised for these charities.

The highlight of the evening was the presentation of cheques, amounting to just over £41,000, to over twenty local organisations that had successfully applied for a Grant Aid 2017 award from Bognor Regis Town Council. This money will provide funding for a huge range of requirements that will enable these groups and organisations to continue delivering the vital services, and exciting events and opportunities, to the residents of Bognor Regis and the surrounding area.

Mayor's cadet, mayor, mayoress, deputy mayor and the high sheriff of west sussex

L to R: Cadet 1st Class Jack Golding (Mayor’s Cadet), Cllr P. Dillon (Mayor), Mrs. M. Dillon (Mayoress), Cllr. P. Woodall (Deputy Mayor), Lady Emma Barnard (High Sheriff of West Sussex for 2017-2018)

recipients of the 2017 grant aid awards

Recipients of Grant Aid Awards for 2017 as presented by the Mayor, Cllr. P. Dillon (centre)