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Deadline looming for Highland and Moray clubs looking to apply for up to £2500 funding from Aldi’s Scottish Sport Fund

By Andrew Dixon

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Aldi’s Scottish Sport Fund is back for its fifth year, and clubs in the Highlands and Moray have until tomorrow to apply for a range of funding options to suit their needs, with one lucky club being in with a chance of securing a £2500 funding boost.

Aldi’s Scottish Sport Fund is an initiative that aims to help people of all ages take part in physical activity within their local communities by giving clubs the chance to secure much-needed funding.

Since launching in 2016, more than 390 clubs across Scotland have benefitted from a funding boost of more than £190,000, helping to improve community access to sports across the country. This year, Aldi has restructured the prizes to improve investment in grassroots sport, giving local sports clubs the chance to receive funding ranging from £500 to £2500.

Richard Holloway, regional managing director for Aldi Scotland, said: “Our mission is to make it easier for people to access sport opportunities within their local communities, and with the Aldi Scottish Sport Fund, we hope to give local clubs a helping hand to continue their fantastic work, and encourage people across Scotland to lead a healthy, active lifestyle.”

Applications can be made via www.aldi.co.uk/scottishsportfund

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