The Story So Far



Congleton Rovers Junior Football Club: Grant of £1500 to help with training volunteers to obtain the necessary qualifications to keep all the teams going.


Go Bananas: new children’s soft play centre on Greenfield Industrial Estate, Congleton. Grant of £2000
to help with start-up costs for Go Bananas
OSCIL:. Grant of £1740 to develop the business finding placements in Congleton for students.
Core Capable:. Grant of £1000 to extend the equipment for business providing Pilates instruction to groups and on an individual basis
Congleton Community Partnership: Grant of £1665 to buy their own apple pressing equipment at Old Saw Mill community centre.
Adullam Social Enterprise: Grant of £2000 to buy materials to use in the upcycling business providing employment process for people with substance abuse problems
Sports Corrective Therapy: Grant of £2000 for start-up sports therapy business in Congleton for professional training and fequipment.


Bromley Farm Community Trust: Grant of £2000 for project to help young people achieve their goals.
to help fund the project.
Congleton Pentecostal Church: Grant of £1000 to help with the refurbishment of the Church Hall so it can be used to play football, basketball and dodge ball.
Pure Insight: Grant of £2000 to train volunteers who would support Care Leavers in Congleton.

Community & Age

Mossley WI: Grant of £500 to pay for the hire of the hall to bring isolated women together for
company, conversations and to share craft expertise.
Cheshire and Warrington Carers Trust: Grant of £1500 to monthly support group in Congleton for parents and carers of disabled children.
Congleton Tennis Club: Grant of £500 to help pay for the repairs to lift for community use.HealthBox: Grant of £1000 to fund training for preparing cost effective and nutritious meals to bring families in deprived areas in Congleton.
Congleton Christmas Collection: Grant of £1600 to refurbish sleigh and cover expenses to allow more money to be retained by the Charities.

How C4C's donors have made a difference:

Feathery Folk received a business grant in 2015. .......used the money to renew some vital equipment that was crucial including travel boxes for the birds, and to purchase a couple of new birds, a long eared owl and common buzzard who have proven to be valuable new members of the team. The business has grown brilliantly thank you and we are now booked for every weekend until August on a wide variety of bookings including wedding, photography days and family fun events.

Jude Theatre Company received a youth grant in 2016: on behalf of our participants, Carter House, ourselves at Jude Theatre CIC and the Congleton community we wanted to thank you for your generous donation last year to fund 7 sessions of life-skills drama. The summer programme for older people with learning difficulties was a fantastic success. 25 Participants with varying levels of disability and learning difficulty regularly participated in regular applied theatre provisions with us focussing on the development of life skills. Your generous donation was used as allocated towards marketing and tasters, staffing costs, project management, space hire, supporting our groups and resources. This project would have been impossible without the support of Congleton 4 Congleton, thank you so much. 

Beartown Amateur Boxing Club received a sport grant in 2016:

he grant was used to improve both competition equipment as well as our club equipment so we could achieve two main objectives.

  • to take on more young people.
  • to improve the female involvement in our sport

Ramtin Musah has since been selected and represented England in the European championships .......our second ever national title with Maddie Morgan achieving success in the Junior Development championships. 

Everything C4C did for us has been positive and helped us wiin achieving great improvement in our club and having a positive impact on the young people we have in our town.

Swans CIC received a community and age grant in 2016

..... funding to provide emotional resilience one to one counselling to ex servicemen who are supported by the LOL foundation. Feedback from the LOL Foundation was ‘We have received positive feedback from all our service users that have accessed the SWANS counselling service, and we have always found them professional, approachable and accommodating’. We would like to say how grateful we are to C4C for the funds we received and as a new organisation with little bidding experience how straightforward and simple the process was