Councillor Susan McDonald

Party: Labour

Ward: St. Peter & the Waterfront

Other councillors representing this Ward:

Contact information

Correspondence address: 
Council House
Plymouth City Council
Armada Way
Plymouth
PL1 2AA

Email:  susan.mcdonald@plymouth.gov.uk

Mobile:  07557481261

Responsibilities

Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 05/05/2006 - 10/05/2010
  • 10/05/2010 - 26/05/2014
  • 26/05/2014 - 25/05/2018

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

Community Grants Scheme 2019/20

 

Jun-19

 

Neswick Play Park Summer Play Programme 2019

£300.00

Jul-19

 

Strand Street Playpark Upgrade for the local children and families to use nearby the Cremyll Ferry.

£500.00

Sep-19

 

Contribution to Warehouse set up costs - Crowdfunder for the Warehouse Launch Weekend.

£50.00

Feb-20

 

To plant 2 trees at West Hoe Tennis Courts and contribute the remainder towards enhancements for the courts

£1,000.00

To support the work of Millsfield Inspired

£500.00

To support the work of Plymouth Food Bank

£150.00

Grand Total

£2,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Community Grants Scheme 2018/19

Sep-18

 

To contribute towards supplying Lego for the Central Library Lego Club.

£350.00

Jul-18

 

To help towards the replacement of the carpet in the Synagogue.

£300.00

Aug-18

 

To help towards the costs of purchasing a Community polytunnel at Swarthmore Allotments

£200.00

Dec-18

 

To enhance the enjoyment at Central Library for citizens across generations, and towards recognition of voluntary work undertaken in Christmas 2017 and taking place Christmas 2018.

£350.00

Dec-18

 

To contribute to the transport costs for the Plymouth Befriending Consortium sessions that will benefit attendees in the St Peter and the Waterfront Ward.

£300.00

Jan-19

 

Providing funds for Holy Cross School to give the pupils the same opportunities that are received by nearby schools via Millfields Inspired.

£300.00

Donation to Millfields Inspired for the range of local projects that acts within the defined area of benefit in the ward.

£1,000.00

To increase inclusion within projects for young people within St Peter & the Waterfront ward at the Zone Plymouth

£400.00

Grand Total

£3,200.00

 

 

 

 

 

Community Grants Scheme 2017/18

Aug-17

 

To support the New Barbican Association Community group to start environmental improvements ,such as flower planting and bench refurbishment in the area

£100.00

Contribution to providing a defibrillator on Plymouth Hoe

£100.00

Sep-17

 

Plymouth Storm - Promotion of Wheelchair Basketball

£100.00

Sep-17

 

Dance and Art Work for children and young people predominantly from the neighbourhood of Stonehouse but also those attending our local  schools so that they can travel to dance competitions and displays of their skills.  Street Factory Studios

£300.00

Oct-17

 

Young Devon, Children in Care Award

£200.00

To give funding toward the cost of the annual Care Leavers' Christmas Dinner, Party and Social Event. This is usually held at Frederick Street within the ward but is for all young people leaving the care of the city council so that they and some staff can celebrate Christmas together.  Officers and young people help cook the dinner and there are presents and games afterwards.

£500.00

Dec-17

 

Christmas activities for the children of Holy Cross RC Primary School

£150.00

Fund and serve lunch to the elderly that will include residents of the William Venton Centre with Plymouth CAST

£150.00

Jan-18

 

To support community engagement in the Hoe Neighbourhood Forum's Neighbourhood Planning process, including support for branding and website development and rollout

£250.00

Millfields CEDT - Support for "Grow Stonehouse" an environmental project that that looks at opportunities for engaging for people in Stonehouse to undertake gardening and foraging within the neighbourhood.

£300.00

The Greenwatch Fire Service Project to benefit children and young people in Stonehouse regarding an awareness of the implications of fire related crime

£350.00

Stonehouse Food bank/Oasis Project to provide food and advice to those in need at the street level in Stonehouse.

£250.00

Jan-18

 

You Can Do it Too" Celebration and Awards  for those who are looked after

£500.00

Feb-18

 

Stonehouse Action to provide for local activities. Soup Lunches, the annual Union Street Party and other activities for local children and parents re the party and other street level activities.

£250.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

 

 

Community Grant Scheme 2016 to 2017

 

 

“We Are Plymouth” a group that celebrates Plymouth’s people and communities by methods of celebration and engagement  e.g. Union Street Party and operate under the aegis of Stonehouse Action at Union Corner in Union Street.

£200.00

Christmas Party for Children in Care

£500.00

Crowd funding pledge for the Illuminate and thanksgiving festival

£287.00

Event as a treat for young safeguarders

£200.00

financial support by ward councillors to Union Street Party - road closure and dtraffic management at the request of local community activists.

£250.00

Home packs for care leavers

£300.00

Picnic table for disabled resident visiting the Victoria Park community cafe on behalf of The Victoria Park Community Project

£300.00

Pride in Plymouth refugee support project

£200.00

Stonehouse in Bloom to help enhance the area

£100.00

To set-up and equip a workshop where homeless ex-service personnel will learn traditional boat-building and restoration skills

£300.00

To support New Barbican Association to make environmental improvements in the area to include seating and planting

£100.00

To support the work of the All Nations Ministries, specifically their open café for food and associated activities and money towards a new stove for cooking the food.

£300.00

We are Plymouth is a group of post graduate students operating under the aegis of Stonehouse Action for funding purposes i.e. use of their Bank Account.  this Group has a track record of working with local people e.g. Union Street and  by the use of photographs and the stories of the people engage at the street level, e.g. photo booth at the Union Stret Party for overall community benefit and cohesion where the Red School gave exhibition space for the resultant work.

£200.00

You Can Do It Achievement Awards for looked after children

£100.00

Grand Total

£3,337.00

 

Community Grant Scheme 2015 to 2016

 

Support for the development of Union Corner (joint application with Councillors Penberthy £200 & Tuffin £200)

£200

You Can do It Achievement Awards Ceremony 2015 (joint application with Councillors Downie £150, Drean £100, J Taylor £100, Fry £33, Ball £34, Fletcher £33, K Taylor £100, Singh £50, I Bowyer £50, Mrs Bowyer £50, Jarvis £200, Evans £50, Tuohy £50, Lowry £50, Riley £100, Smith £50, Bridgeman £50, Fox £100, Kelly  £50, Mahony £100, Jordan £50, Beer £50, James £50, Churchill £50, Mrs Pengelly £50, Wigens £50, K Foster £100, Mrs Foster £200, Parker Delaz Ajete £200, Bowie £100, Damarell £100, Wheeler £100, Tuffin £200, Penberthy £100, S Davey £300, P Davey £300, Sparling £50, Aspinall £100, Dann £100 & Rennie £100)

£100

Stonehouse Street Party (joint application with Councillor Tuffin £400)

£600

High Street Primary School – to explore local environment areas and a healthy picnic

£200

FEPOW to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of VJ Day

£300

Inclusion through sports activity for children in the Stonehouse Area via Stonehouse Creek Community Centre

£250

Use of Dewerstone Cottage on Dartmoor for intensive group work for children who are close to offending and need help

£350

Horizons Boat Project to enable disabled children to access sailing activities

£300

Training equipment for MAP Kings U12’s football team (joint application with Councillors Penberthy £50, Tuffin £50, Tuohy £54 & Evans £50)

£50

Stonehouse in Bloom to enhance the Stonehouse area

£150

Healthy snacks for the dance students at the Street Factory

£250

Support for community Health in Lipson (CHIL) (joint application with Councillors Tuffin £200, Penberthy £50, Jarvis £500, Sparling £50, Singh £300, Evans £100, Coker £100, Riley £100, Rennie £200, P Davey £100, K Taylor £400, Aspinall £200, Stevens £50, Dann £200, Bridgeman £50, Martin Leaves £166, Mahony £167 & Mrs Nicholson £167)

£100

Car Leavers Christmas Party

£500

Donation for a street party for the Queen’s 90th Birthday – New Barbican Residents Association

£50

Donation to Plymouth Food Bank

£100

 

Community Grant Scheme 2014 to 2015

 

3 Towns celebrations (joint application with Councillor Tuffin £500)

£500

You Can Do It Achievement Awards (joint application with Councillors Mrs Foster £50, K Foster £50, K Taylor £50, Riley £50, Nelder £50, J Taylor £50, Sparling £50, James £50, J Smith £50, Parker £50, I Bowyer £50, Jarvis £50, Beer £50, Tuohy £50, Aspinall £50, Downie £50, Drean £50, Churchill £100, Mrs Pengelly £100, Wigens £100, Rennie £125, Tuffin £300, P Davey £350, S Davey £300, Singh £100 & Mrs Bowyer £50)             

£50

Donation to help with food collections

£200

Extra curricula activities for High Street Primary School

£500

Stonehouse in Bloom

£200

Shekinah Mission adult education & training

£200

Support for Spring Trade Fair and the Awards Event

£300

Support for the Youth Parliament to increase awareness in schools about the Youth Parliament & Democracy

£250

To help young carers enjoy activities away from their responsibilities

£300

Cities of Services grow, share & cook project (joint application with Councillor Tuffin £410)

£500

 

Community Grant Scheme 2013 to 2014

 

Supporting work of Time Bank

£785

Funding for Stonehouse Group. (See also Councillor Tuffin - £250 Total cost £500)

£250

Frankfurt Gate families’ event. (See also Councillors Penberthy and Tuffin - £300 each. Total cost £900)

£300

Stonehouse in Bloom. (See also Councillor Tuffin - £250 Total cost £500)

£250

Boules pitch on the Hoe (joint application with Councillors McDonald £375 & Tuffin £375)

£1000

Millfields Inspired – Stonehouse Families with a Future Project

£1000

Stonehouse Action – 100th Anniversary of Stonehouse as one of the 3 towns

£240

Stonehouse Food Bank

£300