The organizers of the Melrose Music Festival will bid £2,500 for the Scottish Borders Council’s William Hill Trust when it meets on Tuesday (21 March).
The festival will be funded through a combination of ticket sales and donations.
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With projections suggesting the cost of the 2023 festival will be £17,588, with ticket sales of £8,640, the projected shortfall is £8,948.
A festival spokesperson said: “Requests have been made to various funding sources to contribute towards the net cost of this year’s festival.
No decisions have been notified yet. In the meantime, donations are also being collected locally by our volunteers.”
The festival will take place between May 26th and June 17th.
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