Public voting is now open for the Community Choices Small Grants programme.
Nearly 30 local groups, organisations and clubs have submitted ideas for funding to improve their areas, which local people can now vote for.
Projects include providing sporting equipment, creating a pantry garden, and helping older people share their memories.
Everyone who lives in the Falkirk Council area (of high school age and above) can vote for the projects they want to see, and think will make the most difference. Eligible residents have 3 votes they can use in support of projects. Voters can use all 3, vote twice or just once.
However, people must vote for projects based in the ward they live in; to check your local ward, visit Falkirk Council’s postcode checker.
Voting closes on Friday 17th December; successful projects will be published on Falkirk Council’s website in January.
To vote, or for further information on projects, please visit the Falkirk Council website.