Riccall Neighbourhood Watch - see the mini-site within this web site
Riccall & District Community Archive - is a volunteer run community group established in 2002, based at Riccall Regen Centre and supported by Riccall Parish Council. The group mounts displays, makes presentations to groups and schools and has a unique database of the 1906 Riccall Poor Law Survey; digitised local family histories and a small lending library of local history material. A computerised store of pictures, maps, documents and verbal records on the history and events in Riccall and District from 1700 is being developed. You can visit the Archive on its monthly open day or by appointment. New volunteers and donated or loaned material are always welcome. Contact Paddy on (01757) 249201 or Katy on (01757) 248813 firstname.lastname@example.org
Riccall and District Resilience Group 0747 309 3994 -please leave a message
Riccall Educational Foundation
A trust exists in Riccall that awards grants to young people in education. Pupils between the ages of 11 and 19 in state schools and colleges (including 6th form) can apply. This trust is not operated by Riccall Parish Council but one trusttee is nominated by the Council. In the past grants have been available towards educational trips, specialist equipment or specialist books. Click here for an application form.
Riccall Parish Council has a limited amount of funding available for Riccall Community Groups to apply for. In an effort to support its community groups, the Parish Council would like to encourage applications for small grants, up to a maximum of £400. You will need to clearly demonstrate why you need the funding and complete an application form. Guidance notes and an application form are attached. Application closing dates will be advertised in the Riccall Beacon.