Goldthorpe residents are invited to have their say on the future of their community.
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust wants residents to have their say after launching its Community Trainer Micro-Grant Scheme, which encourages local groups to apply for a share of £5,000.
The funds will be divided between a minimum of 10 successful applicants to address the main concerns for Goldthorpe and develop community programmes to encourage residents to play a part in improving the area.
Locals are invited to apply for a seat on a panel to share their thoughts and identify the main concerns facing residents.
The panel will then allocate up to up to £500 to each group that can showcase how they would address community problems.
Gemma Cobby, Community Trainer for Goldthorpe, said: “The micro-grant scheme provides the perfect opportunity for local residents to voice their concerns about the area that they live in and input into where funding can be spent to make a positive and lasting impact on the community.”
The deadline for panel applications is 4pm on Friday, October 2.