Councillor Will Noble

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Party: Labour

Ward: Moor View

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Contact information

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

Email:  will.noble@plymouth.gov.uk

Mobile:  07890 940915

Facebook :  www.facebook.com/moorviewPLCA

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Committee appointments

Term of Office

  • 13/01/2023 - 02/05/2024

Appointments to outside bodies

Additional Information

 

 

 

Community Grants 2022/23

Description

Amount  

Jan-23

£243.00

To support the OWSI project working with the Peninsula Dental School to bring dental health education to primary schools within the Moor View Ward with a contribution towards to costs of books and other items.

£243.00

Mar-23

£3,803.50

To support Clean Our Patch with a contribution towards working with local schools in the Moor View area to design posters and signage to discourage littering and fly-tipping.

£700.00

To support Janner Mens Shed with a contribution towards materials needed to build a kitchen island at the Leigham Community Hall used by groups in the community.

£600.00

To support the Elm Community Association with a contribution towards the cost of materials for an Easter celebration.

£200.00

To support Elm United Football Club with a contribution towards equipment such as footballs, cones, and other necessities for the team.

£600.00

To contribute towards the costs of refilling the grit bin at the junction of Bicton Close and Sheepstor Road benefitting residents in the area.

£97.46

To support Soundhouse Brass with a contribution towards the equipment and other necessities to allow the group to organise events and concerns throughout the year.

£506.04

To support the Elm Community Association with a contribution towards the cost of materials for the kitchen and new kitchen equipment to be used in the Cafe helping the area be used as a focal point for the community.

£500.00

To support St Matthew's PTFA with a contribution towards the schools outdoor area so the children can learn about gardening and nature.

£600.00

Grand Total

£4,046.50