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The Rainbow Project

July 2012

Convent Way has recently been granted with just under £9,000 from the Rainbow Project. Emmanuel Rajanayagam is the community development and grant officer for the Rainbow Project, an organisation which helps communities by funding projects. In the past they have helped with over 40 projects. Examples of this include the refurbishment of a community centre, the construction of cage areas for sports, shelter schemes for those over 30, the improvement of community gardens and play areas indoors and outdoors for those aged up to 12. In addition to this, they have also started youth clubs. As projects are tenant led, tenants are given the opportunity to learn new skills which are useful in everyday life. Convent Way have been chosen as it has been decided by the panel and elected member of housing that it would be incredibly beneficial. Although tenants usually apply to qualify for the grant, the Rainbow Project are interested in how residents of Convent Way wish for the money to be used. What do you think? Emmanuel and the team would like the project to be finalised by August and finished by November. If you have any ideas or questions, feel free to contact Emmanuel on 0208 583 4813 or emmanuel.rajanayagam@hounslow.gov.uk