Community Fund Projects

Stoke Fleming Parish Council

Craig Vale of South Western Housing Society presenting a cheque from the Society’s Community Fund to Mr Barry Morris of  Stoke Fleming Parish Council.


Stoke Fleming Parish Council are  raising funds to help provide night landing lights for the Devon Air Ambulance in case of the event of an emergency within the Parish.

Stafford Court Community Fund

The Society presented a cheque for £200 to the Stafford Court Community Fund to support their garden group. The monies will be used to purchase two raised planter boxes plus two boxes of compost.

Hazel Rogers said “I am very pleased to accept this cheque on behalf of the residents; purchasing the raised planters will enable those of us who are finding it harder to bend and keep the boarders trimmed still able to contribute to keeping our scheme bright and colourful”



Lympsham Village Shop

The Society presented a community cheque to Lympsham Village Shop on 28th September 2017 towards the repair of the air conditioning unit. Our cheque was presented by Neil Buckland (Asset Manager) to Mikhael Comerford (

Sub Postmistress and shop manager) in the presence of other staff of the Society, representatives of Lympsham Village Shop Committee and some customers. For many years, the Society has made various grant payments to the shop as part of contributing to local communities in which we have affordable housing.

Lapford Scout Group

The Society are pleased to present a cheque for £200 to the Lapford Scouts Group. The group who formed in February 2017 have over 40 children attending and now have a waiting list.

The group have three patrols of Beavers, Cubs and Scouts.

The monies will go towards building up necessary equipment and a planned shelter for outdoor activities.

In the picture (taken outside the Lapford Victory Hall) are David Garton (Chairman), Marie Waycott (Group Scout Leader), Laura Bourne (Treasurer) and two very enthusiastic Scouts

Moors Youth Football Club

The Society are pleased to present a cheque for £500 to the Moors Youth Football Club.

The monies are put to good use to purchase football equipment for local children of all ages and abilities. The group train three nights a week and are well supported with well trained suitably checked  staff.

In the photograph are Ricky Butt and some of the children during a training evening.