- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Total awarded
- Largest award
- Smallest award
- Earliest award date
- 03 Mar 2005
- Latest award date
- 13 Mar 2017
research into their own history 03 Mar 2005
To celebrate its 25th anniversary this year, the organisation will research and record the history of the community farm and garden movement.
Growing Together in Wales 27 Sep 2007
The project will focus on three key areas of work: Community Enterprise - helping to ensure the sustainable revitalisation of communities by strengthening the capacity of locally managed gardens and farms. Community inclusion - supporting the development of community gardens and farms in Wales as "inclusive hubs of local communities". Turning Grey into Green - supporting the development of enhanced local environments and communities through community gardening and farming.
The organisation, which works to educate the in agriculture, horticulture, home crafts, country life, protection and improvement of the natural environment, will use the grant to develop a community garden and allotment support network for Northern Ireland.
This is a project by a voluntary organisation in Bristol which will target beneficiaries in Newcastle and Gateshead. The group will use funding to conduct research into signage appropriate for people with learning disabilities, blind or partially sighted or who don't have English as a first language. This will ensure that all visitors to premises will be able to understand hygiene and environmental health issues.
over eighteen months towards the salary of a part-time worker and other costs involved in consultations over a new federated structure
Towards core costs.
Towards the development of a Community Land Bank initiative that makes land available to community groups for growing projects and other purposes.
over two years as continuation funding towards the core costs of the Federation, with a focus on member directed work in England