Welcome to the Cirencester Community Development Trust
The focus of the Cirencester Community Development Trust is to support projects, initiatives and ideas that help to develop our wonderful town for the benefit of the people and businesses of Cirencester and the surrounding area. We do this by providing management and funding support to local projects and events. Have you got a project? Then why not contact CCDT and find out how we may be able to assist you
Our latest focus for 2018 is 'We Remember 1918'. The Cirencester Community Development Trust in collaboration with the Barn Theatre Project at Ingleside are keen to commemorate the end of the First World War on Sunday 11th November 2018 in a unique and memorable
This year we are also involved in; The Cirencester Big Picnic, Cirencester and The City of Bathurst Friendship , The Growth Hub, The Phoenix Festival, Summer in Cirencester, Ozone Partnership. We will shortly be announcing other projects and incentives which CCDT will be supporting.
Looking to get more involved with local projects and events ? Have some free time to Volunteer ? We would love to hear from you.
We have also supported other projects such as Abbey 900 ,The March Hare Festival and The Smart Towns App.
Thank you for visiting our website where you can find out more about what we do and how you can get involved.
WE REMEMBER 1918
THE GROWTH HUB 2018
PHOENIX FESTIVAL 2018
The Cirencester Community Development Trust in collaboration with the Barn Theatre Project at Ingleside are keen to commemorate the end of the First World War on Sunday 11th November 2018 in a unique and memorable way and are very keen to obtain the support of the Vicar, Clergy and officers of the Parish Church of St John the Baptist.
The Growth Hub will help to grow the Gloucestershire economy by assisting local businesses of all sizes and from all sectors to accelerate their growth and exploit their full potential. The Growth Hub will also build on the RAU’s existing areas of expertise by supporting businesses working in agri-technology or based in rural environments across the county.
The two-day Phoenix festival features eclectic music from the Cotswolds and the wider area, with a host of stalls, traders, artists, food and drink and charities hosting stalls at the event. The action packed event will also feature children’s activities and performance arts. Over 18,000 visitors come to the Abbey Grounds over the 25th & 26th August 2018.
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