COVID-19 LOCAL RESILIENCE FUND
Wednesday 6th May 2020
Tobermory Harbour Association are working with partner organisations to distribute a local resilience fund as detailed below. Please email email@example.com for further info.
HIE invited Tobermory Harbour Association, Mull and Iona Community Trust, South West Mull and Iona Development, North West Mull Community Woodland Company to submit a joint bid to the Supporting Communities Fund on behalf of the communities of Mull, Iona and Ulva. HIE has awarded a grant of £50,000 to support C-19 related activities like:
Provision of essential supplies and medication to the communities of Mull, Iona and Ulva
Provision of online and digital measures to combat isolation and loneliness
Provision of measures to combat fuel and food poverty
Provision of PPE
The Fund is open to any constituted community group within Mull, Iona and Ulva that has a bank account in its own name requiring 2 or more signatories. If you are not a constituted group and do not have a bank account, you could still apply under the umbrella of another constituted group. E.G. your local village hall committee, THA, MICT, NWMCWC, IVHCT or SWMID. You will need to agree with the other group before submitting your application.
For more details download the Guidance notes and application form here:
Guidance Notes Fund Application
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STATEMENT ON COVID-19 FROM TOBERMORY HARBOUR AUTHORITY
Sunday 22nd March 2020
Tobermory Harbour will remain open as a Port of Refuge and remain open for all essential marine traffic.
Essential traffic includes fishing, ferries and commercial boats, emergencies and medivacs.
Tobermory is now closed to all non-essential visiting vessels.
All visiting vessels entering Harbour limits must contact the Harbour team
on VHF Channel 68 or duty mobile 07917 832 497 and await further instruction.