Bread brand wants your community ideas

KINGSMILL is launching a campaign to help retailers drive improvement in their local community. The bread brand will be asking retailers to provide details of what they would change or improve in their neighbourhood for a chance to receive a £2,000 investment grant towards the project.
Supporting its sponsorship of The Big Lunch and following in the footsteps of Kingsmill’s Lunch Spots campaign to identify the best local places to eat lunch, the brand owner says the latest initiative aims to drive home the important role retailers play in their local communities.
Criteria for entry demands that projects deliver, in some form, a way for the community to come together – whether that be the repair of a town hall roof, benches for the local park or split out across the year into funding provisions for an ongoing series of ‘big lunch’ style community events.
Two runner-up grants of £500 will also be awarded.
Retailers can enter by emailing to request an entry form, until submissions close on Monday 10th June.