Tring Town Council sets aside a small budget each year to help groups with expenses for equipment or events. It is able to offer grants to voluntary groups provided they meet its criteria; unfortunately, for legal reasons, it cannot give money to individuals.

Applications must be addressed to the Clerk of the Council, with a brief covering note on your organisation’s headed paper. You can download a grant application form by going to this link: Small grants application form

Applications must be accompanied by a set of the group’s last audited/examined accounts; or copies of recent bank statements, if a small group. It is also helpful if you are able to indicate where else you have sought funding, and what percentage of your membership or beneficiaries are from Tring Town.

Applications will then be put to the Council’s Finance & Policy Committee, which meets five times a year; please see the meetings page for the dates. Please ensure details of the application reach the Clerk at least a week before any meeting. Late applications of an urgent nature can sometimes be accommodated. Please ring or email for advice.

Applicants will normally receive a decision letter within a fortnight of the Committee meeting. Successful applicants will find a cheque enclosed.

Any grant awarded must be acknowledged in any publicity or literature you subsequently produce.

Further information can be obtained from the Clerk of the Council; please make contact via the Council Staff page.

Dementia Friendly Tring has launched a small grant scheme to help organisations that support people living with dementia in the Tring area. Read background information here and download an application form here.

NEW(January 2021) : A new Housing Community Grant Scheme has been launched  by Dacorum Borough Council – for Council tenants and leaseholders, to make small estate improvements. There is currently a budget of £15,000, which is from the Housing Revenue fund and can be used for housing related properties and communities. If you would like to apply for part of the grant or have any ideas or suggestions that you would like to put forward, please contact 

Examples of projects that the scheme could support:

Community events to combat Antisocial Behaviour, and from Neighborhood Agreements

  • Communal improvements eg. security, lighting, fencing, sheds and drying areas
  • Buggy stores
  • Bike racks
  • Upcycling old furniture
  • Improving communal gardens
  • Installing benches and tables
  • Garden furniture
  • Rotary washing lines
  • Troughs to plant vegetation or flowers