Creative Freelancer and Business Grants Available in South West England. Apply before May 7th!

In response to the significant impact the pandemic has had on businesses and individuals working in the creative industries, the West of England Combined Authority (WECA) launched a new business support programme and grant fund for the cultural and creative sectors, as part of its Regional Recovery Plan.

The creative freelance grants range from £1.000 to £3.000 and seek to support individuals in the development of a project during a lapse of 6 months. The creative business grants range from £5.000 to £10.000 and it is aimed at funding projects that will employ creatives and promote resilience and financial security in the community.

The application window for both closes this Friday 7th May at 23:59h, so if you have or are able to develop an elegible project or idea, be sure to apply ASAP!

Click here to see the Creative Freelancer grant page.

Click here to see the Creative Business grant page.

Published by Angela Schuster

Freelance PR Manager. Writer. Editor. Content Creator.

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