Community Development and Health Network (CDHN) has announced that funding has been approved for 17 successful applicants in this round of Building the Community-Pharmacy Partnership (BCPP) Level 2 funding. 

The groups to benefit from £12,000 each are as follows:

  • Mid East Antrim Agewell Partnership (MEAAP), Ballymena
  • Mind Your Mate and Yourself (MYMY), Newcastle
  • Centred Soul, Newry
  • The Right Key, Lisburn
  • Cornabracken – Afterschool CIC, Omagh
  • Voices Women’s Group, Belfast
  • Tullygarley & District Residents’ Association, Ballymena
  • Birthwise, Newry
  • Giggles Afterschool Ltd, Newry
  • Hillstown Rural Community Group/Grange Cross Community Association, Randalstown
  • Respect Youth Project, Newry
  • An Tobar CIC, Silverbridge, Newry
  • Milburn Community Association, Coleraine
  • Futureproof, Banbridge
  • Waterside Women’s Centre, Derry
  • Fermanagh Sports & Cultural Awareness, Ballinamallard
  • Cullybackey Community Partnership, Cullybackey

This was a particularly competitive round with many applications and the applications were very strong – ranging in participants across all age groups, rural and urban and embracing many communities of interest.

Applications for Level 1 funding close on 25 February and Level 2 funding close on 25 March.

If you would like some support with a potential project, please contact a member of the BCPP team on 028 3026 4606 or email

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