Five community projects in Lincoln and surrounding villages have been shortlisted for the Ringrose Law ‘A Grand Idea’ Project, where one of them will receive £1,000. The five projects shortlisted are Lincoln Community Food Larder, Branston Skate Park, Dunston Village Playing Fields, Development Plus at Sincil Bank and Energise Holiday Activity Scheme. All of the projects are excellent worthwhile projects and the plans they all have will help benefit and support the local community.

Ringrose Law has been running the ‘A Grand Idea’ scheme since the beginning of 2013, and is gradually working across all of its office locations. To date the scheme has given £1,000 to Beaumond House Hospice in Newark, Hollies Animal Rehoming Trust in Sleaford and Spalding Rugby Club. The idea of the scheme is for any community project, sports team, charity or group to enter into the competition and the five shortlisted entries then go to public vote to win £1,000.

John Knight, Partner at Ringrose Law is delighted with the response to the scheme. “We wanted to give something back to our local community and make a real difference to the areas where we live and work. We have had an overwhelming response from the local community and a real variety of community projects entering.

We wish all the Lincoln finalists the best of luck with the public vote and look forward to presenting the cheque after the vote closes in September.”

The shortlisted projects will go to a public vote starting Friday 23rd August and the project with the most votes from the public will receive the £1,000.

 

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