A very big thank-you to –
1) all those who have provided funding
Raised beds, paths, plants
Tesco has teamed up with Groundwork to launch its Bags of Help initiative across England and Wales. The scheme will see three community groups and projects awarded grants of £12,000, £10,000 and £8,000 – all raised from the 5p bag charge. Bags of Help offers community groups and projects in each of Tesco’s 390 regions across the UK a share of revenue generated from the five pence charge levied on single-use carrier bags.
Masonry work and materials to towpath wall
H2O Urban LLP is an equal partnership with The Canal and River Trust (CRT), the result of a 17 year working relationship with CRT’s predecessor British Waterways. H2O develops adjacent to the Canal and River Trust network in the UK. H2O is part of the bloc partnership. Together with Construction Partnership UK Ltd they have developed and built the houses on the other side of the canal from the Triangle over 2015/2016. They were concerned to improve the environment for their houses and generously took it upon themselves to provide manpower and materials to lower the towpath wall of the Triangle.
Where United Utilities have had to do extensive and disruptive infrastructure development work such as in Lancaster, they have sought to sweeten the pill by offering grants to local groups who are working to improve the environment. These may be community, self-help / voluntary groups or local charities.
Lancashire County Council administered the Green Partnership awards until 1 April 2015 when the scheme changed its name to ‘Lancashire Environmental Fund Green Grants’ and was handed over to the Lancashire Environmental Fund.
Landscape design, bollard supply
The Community Benefits Fund has been developed in order to share the benefits of Lancaster University Wind Turbine with the local community.
The fund offers grants to local community groups to fund community and environmental projects in Lancaster District (south and east of the River Lune). Currently there is £20,000 available each year.
Notice board supply
Lancaster Green Spaces have two grant schemes for groups seeking to enhance and encourage greater use of public open space.
- Up to £250 can be applied for at any time under the Small Grant scheme.
- The large grant scheme offers grants of up to £1,000. Application deadlines are February 15th and September 15th each year.
Planning application fee, Tree survey
Lancashire County Council have a small environmental and community projects budget to help community groups and organisations across Lancashire. They support projects with realistic goals that:
- encourage a significant amount of local people to shape and look after their local environment
- create or improve green spaces
- bring previously developed land back into public use
Legal and survey fees, workshop renovation
The Take Pride Community Fund was a one-off pot of
funding for use in the Lancaster District. It came from the share of
council tax on second homes received by Lancashire County Council.
The fund was made available to all organisations in the voluntary, community, faith (VCF) and arts sectors that are based in, or working in, Lancaster District.
2) all those who have given help and advice
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