Repairing Spaces

June 22nd, 2022

Pan Together Community Hub is receiving a grant for £5000 which will be used to improve the quality of the building the group operates from, providing a warmer and safer-feeling environment for all the service users that visit. The current windows are rotten and are in desperate need of replacement. The investment in this essential work will improve the space and allow the group to invest funds elsewhere on food and other lifeline services.

We’re thrilled to receive a grant from Asda Foundation. Funding will make such a huge difference, helping us to replace rotting windows and doors which have become dilapidated and are in a state of disrepair. This will make the rooms warmer and more welcoming for volunteers, members, centre users, visitors and staff as well as lifting spirits and reducing our heating bills which will help us become more sustainable in the long term to enable us to continue our vital services for people in the local community. Thank you, Asda Foundation!

Rachel Thomson, Pan Together Manager


The impact this grant will have on the community that Pan Together helps is immense. The centre is a lifeline for so many local people, not only as a meeting place but for essential needs and signposting. I’m so pleased to have been a small cog in the process of getting the building repaired with new windows and enabling Pan Together to continue their fantastic support in our Community.

Clare Jones, Community Champion at Newport Isle of Wight store

Congratulations to all the groups below who are being awarded funding for Repairing Spaces 

1st Golborne (St Thomas) Scout Group Executive Committee
1st Wormley Scout Group
Abbeydore Church
Boldon Community Association
Bracken Bank & District Community Association
Community Centre for Refugees from Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia
Farri Park CIC
Gordan Rural
Medbourne Village Hall
Morley Cricket & Sports Club
Pan Together
St Aidens Southcoates Parochial Church Council
Walk Tall
Workington Unit of the Sea Cadet Corps