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Tameside – St Peter’s

We have an opportunity to put funds back in to certain areas of Greater Manchester using money seized from criminals.

ARIS, which stands for the Asset Recovery Incentivisation Scheme, gives us the opportunity to use money we’ve taken from criminals (or that they have had to pay back once they’ve been convicted of doing something illegal) to help communities.

It’s all part of our commitment to working together, listening to our communities and sharing information to tackle the issues that matter most to you.

Tackling antisocial behaviour

We are absolutely committed to tackling antisocial behaviour across Greater Manchester, and we’ve listened when you’ve told us that it’s something you care about too.

Our scheme “Giving Back” is an opportunity for people like you to help us give the money to the individuals, organisations and groups that can help tackle antisocial behaviour in your community.

Do you have an idea for a great project that could help tackle antisocial behaviour in St Peter’s, Tameside? Are you already part of a group that aims to tackle the issue but you need more funding to continue or develop your work? We have funding available - you can bid for between £500 and £2000.

We need to hear your ideas for innovative projects that, if given funding, could help tackle antisocial behaviour and make the area you live in the best place it can be.

If you live in St Peter’s, Tameside and think you have an idea or are already involved in a project that could fit the bill apply by clicking here

This a two-step application.

First, there’s a short application form to fill in, which will be assessed by an independent advisory group. Successful applicants at the first stage will then be invited to an event where they will pitch their idea in front of the local community, who will then vote for the project(s) they want to see go ahead.

For more information on “Giving Back” in St Peter’s, Tameside or to submit an electronic application form please email

Paper applications can be picked up & dropped off at the following location;

• The New Charter Hub, 2 Henrietta Street, Ashton- under- Lyne,OL6 6EF (Open Mon-Wed 9am - 4.30pm and Fri 9am - 4pm)

• Action Together, 95-97 Penny Meadow, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 6EP (Open Mon-Fri 9am - 5pm)

We’re also holding a support day to assist applicants. Pop along to the Holy Trinity Community Centre, Dean Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, between 2pm-4pm on Monday 12 February for help with the process.

Applications close midnight on 24th February 2018, after which a public event will be held for those who are successful at the application process to pitch their idea to the public:

13:00 - 16:00 on 17th March 2018 at the Church of Nazarene, Stamford Street, Ashton-under-Lyne, OL6 7LJ


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