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Headland Hotel Community Fund

Grants of up to £2,000 are available to grassroots community organisations in Newquay, Cornwall and the surrounding area for projects that provide relief from crisis and support people in the area of mental health and wellbeing.

Who can apply: grassroots community and voluntary groups in Newquay, Cornwall and the surrounding area.

Key words: Project Costs, Core Cost, Relief from Crisis, Mental Health, Mental Wellbeing, Newquay and Surrounding Area, Cornwall.

The purpose of the Headland Hotel Community Fund is to offer opportunities to grassroots community and voluntary groups in Newquay and surrounding area to receive small grants so they may create and/or deliver projects for the benefit of their community and members. The Fund was established by the owners of the iconic Headland Hotel (see image below) in 2019/20. John and Carolyn Armstrong purchased the hotel in 1979 and are still the current owners.

Grants, which are usually for up to £2,000, are available for project and core costs that address one or more of the following:

  • Crisis relief, and/or
  • Mental health and wellbeing.

Projects with the potential to create a legacy are likely to be prioritised for grant support.