Biggin Hill Community Fund

The Biggin Hill Residents Association administer a Community Fund (currently £5,000) on behalf of the Biggin Hill Airport. To date this has helped to support a large number of organisations / charities / groups in the area. If you know of a community project that benefits the community, please get in touch with the Biggin Hill Residents Association.

Path to the Biggin Hill Allotments
Darwin Junior Football Club Strip
Skateboard Park

Christmas lights
Biggin Hill Festival (annual)
Provision of a computer, table and chair for older residents living in sheltered accommodation at Kingsmead

Friends of Biggin Hill Parks (plants for sensory garden)
Welcome to Biggin Hill signs at boundaries
Spitfire Centre, to cover the cost of Planning Application for a Skate Board Bowl in the Park

2012:  Festive lights
Defib for Stock Hill Surgery (50% of cost)
Defib for Norheads Lane Surgery (50% of cost)
BH Community Care
Julie Sinclair’s Riding Club
Landfill Action Group

Photograph of Golden Jubillee Quilt for Library

Golden Jubilee benches
Family & Children’s Centre soft play room
Picnic Tables for the rec
Equipment for First Responders
Curtains for Charles Darwin School stage


Spitfire Centre – Goal End

Community Fund – Peter Martin, vice chairman of Biggin Hill Residents Association, presented a cheque for £200, to ‘gym club gymnastics‘ at Darwin leisure centre Biggin Hill.

This grant from the Residents Association will assist in purchasing special equipment to help these gymnasts with their training.