Have a great idea for a project? A crowdfunding scheme is being launched in North Somerset

PUBLISHED: 16:00 02 January 2018

The Badger Centre in Wadham Street.

The Badger Centre in Wadham Street.

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A crowdfunding project too help people get their innovative ideas off the ground will launch in North Somerset.

Crowdfunding involves asking people and businesses to invest in a project.

North Somerset Council is launching its own dedicated crowdfunding movement on the website Spacehive.

It’s ambition is to bring businesses and the community together to raise funds for projects which make the district better and support the local economy.

The council will also be looking to support projects financially if they meet a set criteria.

The project will be launched on January 16 at The Stable, in Wadham Street, Weston.

People can go along between 5.30-7pm to share innovative and interesting ideas or simply to find out more about crowdfunding.

To say you will attend, log onto www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/north-somerset-spacehive-launch-tickets-40183500933

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