Wallingford Town Council budgets a sum of money every year to organisations, activities and projects that contribute to, and enhance the life and community of the town so as to benefit the people of Wallingford.

General Grants are up to a maximum of £500. These grants are limited and are made available to organisations that address a demonstrable need for assistance. The types of projects to be funded could include purchase of equipment, training or volunteers, marketing activity or subsidising a trip or visit.

Grant requests of up to £500 will be considered by the Finance and Properties Committee which meets quarterly. Grants over this amount and up to £1,500 will be considered by Full Council which meets bi-monthly. All grants will be authorised by resolution.

The deadline for receipt of grant applications is 2 weeks before the day of the meeting of the appropriate committee.

To Apply for a Grant

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Grants Awarded

2021 Grants :




2020 Grants :

XX applications were received. We are thrilled to be making grant funding available to :

2019 Grants :

XX applications were received. We are thrilled to be making grant funding available to :

Other Council Grants and Loans

South Oxfordshire District Council have a number of grant schemes that Community Organisations and others can apply for. There is more information on the South Oxfordshire District Council website for grant schemes available. You can also contact the SODC Grants team on telephone number 01235 422405 or email on grants@southandvale.gov.uk

Oxfordshire County Council also offers grants to Community Groups – find more information on the Oxfordshire County Council website for grant schemes available.

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David Calvin-Thomas Young Citizen of the Year Award

David Calvin-Thomas Young Citizen of the Year Award was established in 1996 in memory of a former Mayor who taught for many years in Wallingford and worked tirelessly in the interests of the young people in the Town. The David Calvin-Thomas young citizen of the year award goes to the young person who is judged to have made the more significant contribution to the well-being of Wallingford.

To qualify young people should be aged between the ages of 9 and 19. They should have done voluntary work which has benefited and enhanced the life of the Community of Wallingford. The work should fall in one of the following categories :

  • Service for the elderly, disabled or lonely
  • Contribution to social, recreational and cultural activities
  • Helping with environmental, conservation improvement schemes
  • Supporting children and young people’s activities
  • Showing initiative and responsibility in the community
  • The judges reserve the right to make no award, if in their opinion, no-one suitable is presented to them.

The award was last presented in 2014 at Mayor’s Sunday in the form of a ‘Council-sealed’ Certificate. The recipients family were also invited to Mayor’s Sunday.

Nominations for 2021 should be received by xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx in order for current Councillor’s to discuss at the meeting of Full Council scheduled for xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx