The following projects have received financial support in the 2012-2013 financial year:
Councillors visited St Nicholas Hospice to see the new pharmacy style shelving and drugs trolleys funded by the grant of £3,000 from Bury St Edmunds Town Council.
The crowds were entertained whilst waiting for the torch to arrive on Angel Hill (sponsored by the Town Council in partnership with St Edmundsbury Borough Council).
Sponsored by the Town Council in partnership with St Edmundsbury Borough Council, this 1950s style fete took place in the Abbey Gardens. Traditional fun, games and children's entertainment included an egg and spoon race, clowns, fairground rides and stalls and a 'bonny baby' competition.
The pedestrian access gate to the Hospital Road access of the Bury St Edmunds cemetery has now been fully automated following a grant from the Bury St Edmunds Town Council of £5,000.
Council is pleased to have given £3,000 towards the redevelopment of the Kings Road roundabout which now has a new 4 metre tall metal sculpture of standing corn known as 'With the grain' (in homage to Bury St Edmunds' agricultural past) at its centre.