A local community group based in Grantham has been awarded funding by Moy Park. GHF Park Action, has been granted £14,500 from Moy Park which they will use to restore the Gonerby Hill Foot Recreational Park to its former glory.
The committee leading the group has been tirelessly fundraising and planning repairs and renovations on the park which has been a popular attraction for families over the years. The group was awarded the funding through Moy Park’s Community Support Fund which was established in 2020 to support organisations local to its operations across Europe.
Commenting on the support received from Moy Park, James Noon, Secretary of GHF Park Action Group, said:
“We can't thank Moy Park enough for their generous donation. Their grant was vital for us to move forward with this project. The application process was made very easy and communicated brilliantly throughout by the team. It’s great to see Moy Park giving back to their local community and we look forward to bringing Gonerby Foot Recreational Park to life once more.”
Roberta Sakalauskiene, Moy Park with James Noon, Tony Ruby, Gill Noon and Steven Healey, GHF Park Action Group.
Pictured (L-R) from GHF Park Action, James Noon, Tony Ruby and Gill Noon, with Roberta Sakalauskiene, Moy Park and Steven Healey, GHF Park Action