Councillor Eddie Rennie

Party: Labour

Ward: Sutton and Mount Gould

Other councillors representing this Ward:

Contact information

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

Phone:  (01752) 603796

Email:  eddie.rennie@plymouth.gov.uk

Committee appointments

Terms of Office

  • 01/05/1997 - 01/05/2000
  • 07/05/2002 - 04/05/2003
  • 06/05/2003 - 13/06/2004
  • 13/06/2004 - 06/05/2008
  • 07/05/2008 - 07/05/2012
  • 04/05/2012 - 09/05/2016
  • 09/05/2016 - 11/05/2020

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

 

 

 

Community Grants 2019/20

Description

Amount

Jun - 19

 

Freedom Youth Project. Project which helps young people to communicate.

£500.00

Dec - 19

 

To contribute towards the replacement of the trees in Freedom Fields Park

£300.00

Feb - 20

 

Freedom Youth Group young people’s training weekend to take young people away for a residential weekend where they can focus on team building skills, leadership, and communication skills.

£1,000.00

To support Operation Emotion's weekly support group and educational programmes for adult male survivors of sexual abuse in Plymouth.

£100.00

To support community members to untake training in arts skills and support for a community carnival

£500.00

To contribute towards new Squadron equipment for the young that attend the Air Cadets.

£250.00

To contribute towards the design and production of the new Freedom Fields signs

£300.00

Mar - 20

 

Gardening equipment, plants and seeds, and supplies to maintain the plants at Cattedown Community Waste Ground

£100.00

To support a tree planting project within Sutton and Mount Gould ward. For this project, we will be working with the Green Estates team to engage with residents, stakeholders and local community groups to plant trees in priority areas and enhance the canopy cover of Sutton & Mount Gould ward.

£450.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grants Scheme 2018/19

Description

Amount

Aug-18

 

Freedom Youth Trust Project summer activity programme for young people

£600.00

Oct-18

 

New raised flower beds to replace existing

£200.00

Jan-19

 

To purchase equipment and plants for the community garden at Mount Gould Methodist Church which is looked after by the Boys Brigade and they require funding.

£100.00

Feb-19

 

Teatshill park - To create a pathway to the natural wildlife planting area for the benefit of local people and used for family engagement activities in the park

£500.00

To help St Jude's Girls Brigade replace camping equipment destroyed in last year’s summer storms - to benefit the Girls Brigade Groups of 3 different age groups.

£200.00

To help Cattedown Brownies to replace and enhance their craft and activities stock in order to support healthy eating challenges and plastic free activities with the marine Aquarium.

£100.00

To help Freedom Fields Youth Group replace equipment which has been stolen from the youth storage centre

£500.00

Mar-19

 

To assist Salisbury Road Baptist Church with the provision of emergency lighting in case of fire.

£400.00

To Astor Park as part of the Active Neighbourhoods programme

£900.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grants Scheme 2017/18

Description

Amount

Oct-17

 

To support the youth group to help continue the deliverance of great projects. This will include cooking sessions, new activities and renewal of equipment. Including Christmas party and a contribution to our volunteer budget. Mutley Greenbank Trust

£150.00

Jan-18

 

East End Development Trust, help replace water boiler and fund Astor Park Community Days

£500.00

To fund a wheelchair ramp to the drop in centre

£500.00

To support the Source Youth Ministry Group, with projects for children and families

£300.00

Contribute towards raised beds which will give access to the disabled members of the east end allotments

£200.00

To support the opening of the Community Café in the old Tothill Library

£300.00

Feb-18

 

To support women into the community and enable the community to engage with the refugee community

£250.00

To support the Young Peoples Democracy Project at Greenbank & Mutley Trust

£750.00

Mar-18

 

To help Plymouth Area Disability Action Network support people in the City with disabilities

£250.00

To support Helping Hands Crèche with activities for 50 families

£100.00

Apr-18

 

To improve the facilities and provide monies for repair work for the community within the East End Allotment site.

£100.00

To provide funding for the Military Kids Choir

£100.00

Grand Total

£3,500.00

 

 

 

Community Grant Scheme 2014 to 2015

Description

Amount

Community Sports Project (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £250 and Nelder £250)

£500

Increase of disability access to East End Community Allotment (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £175 and Nelder £100)

£175

You Can Do It Achievement Awards (joint application with Councillors)

£125

Replacement of fire damaged equipment & raised flower beds at Freedom Park (joint application with councillors Aspinall £500 & Nelder £500)

£500

Paints etc. for Tresillian Centre (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £750 & Nelder £750)

£750

After school activities to bring together the community (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £350 & Nelder £1200)

£800

To improve Tothill Park for all users (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £400 & Nelder £400)

£400

Community information session to be run by Piety at their community centre (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £250 & Nelder £125)

£125

Support for the guide company to send participants to a special event  (joint application with Councillors Aspinall £250 & Nelder £125)

£125