Rushcliffe Borough Council

The initial funding for Positive Futures was from the Football Foundation in conjunction with Rushcliffe Borough Council. This funding expired in 2012 and the Borough Council then took the decision to fund the project alongside Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club.

In 2017 Rushcliffe Borough Council funded the full project to see the delivery extend to cover five localities. This funding is to run for four years and will conclude in December 2020.

The Trent Bridge Community Trust also receives donations and grants from a variety of Trusts, individuals and events. This allows additional projects to be delivered or enhances some of the current projects.

In 2019, the Trust will enjoy the high profile support of both Stuart Broad's testimonial year and the High Sheriff of Nottingham, who has selected the Trust as his chosen charity.

(High Sheriff photo credit: Mike Beard)

Thanks also to the below for their support of the programmes:

  • Forget Me Notts: the Trent Bridge Taverners, Rushcliffe CCG, the Sir John Eastwood Foundation, the Thoresby Charitable Trust, the GT Littlefair Trust Fund, Nottingham Rotary Club and the Postcode Community Trust).
  • Healthy Hearts: Nottingham Clinical Commissioning Group and Morrisons jointly funded the whole project.
  • Positive Futures: Zip Wire event, Stuart Broad dinner, St James’s Place Foundation, Chetwode Foundation, Lady Hind Trust, Sir John Eastwood Foundation, Bridge Street Ward Councillors Fund, Major Oak Foundation, Trent Bridge Taverners, Thoresby Charitable Trust, Sports in Museums network, eBay total sales, annual direct debit set up from Brian Beadsmore, Signs Express charitable agreement, Trent Bridge Family Fun Day, CEO Sleepout, ASDA West Bridgford in-store community giving project, Nationwide Building Society’s Community match summer scheme, John Pye Christmas auction, two Alex Hales signed programmes, bucket collections from Cricket Factory events at Trent Bridge throughout the season.


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