- Total grants
- Total funders
- Total recipients
- Earliest award date
- 31 Mar 2003
- Latest award date
- 23 Jan 2019
- Total GBP grants
- Total GBP awarded
- Largest GBP award
- Smallest GBP award
- Total Non-GBP grants
Giroscape Gardens 13 Jan 2016
The group will use the funding to create an accessible community garden, to include a workshop, raised beds and composting toilet. This will enable them to deliver gardening sessions for the whole community, including people with mental health issues and those on probation, with the aim of reducing obesity and promoting wellbeing.
secret gardens 06 May 2004
A community arts event will take place this summer involving local people in arts workshops to ultimately create an installation of work which will be exhibited on the quay at Appledore.
Global Gardens 19 Mar 2008
With funding this school will create a garden which will have a global theme which will reflect the diverse population of the school. The garden will contain plants which will reflect each of the continents and this will be a reminder of the pupils who attend and who have left the school. The pupils will be involved with the designing of the garden.
Jenner Gardens 10 Jul 2007
The project will renovate the former graveyard of Cheltenham chapel, which is now known as Jenner Gardens. The group will work on landscaping and planting to improve the aesthetics and safety of the site, transforming this area into a community garden, which will be open to the public.
Nothe Gardens 15 Apr 2009
The project aims to carry out a bird box building day, wildflower walk and talk, nature trail adventure, and moth and rock pooling education days. These events have been planned to publicise the gardens and educate the local community in green spaces.
Nothe Gardens 07 May 2007
Friends of Noth Gardens aim to initiate a professional survey of current wildlife, trees, plants, habitats, shoreline and ecosystems around Weymough harbour. Based on the results and recommendations, it will look to increase and improve habitats, undertake planting, install information boards and publicise the area through leaflets.
Hidden Gardens 15 Apr 2009
The Hidden Gardens Trust in Glasgow aim to hold a Wildlife Day where members of the public will be invited to partake in various activities such as planting sessions, workshops on making bird boxes, plant identification, a nature trail and a mini beast hunt for children. Along with the Wildlife Day, the group plan to upgrade paths to the wildlife area, to ensure better public access.
Rainbow Gardens 04 Dec 2009
This community group will use an award to extend their current facilities to include a garden, allotments, and the space to offer further training opportunities. The work will be carried out mainly by volunteers, particularly young people who are in danger of anti-social behaviour. The project aims to provide greater usage of the area by the community.
Burnaby Gardens 22 Jul 2008
A project by this Leicester group to renovate a sensory garden in Evington Park to improve access with new pathways and replant scented plants and herbs. The group aims to encourage greater participation in the upkeep of the garden within the wider community. The grant will include funding for paving, plants, garden furniture and a pergola.
Sensory gardens 09 Aug 2005
This group bring local residents together to create gardens and areas for residents to meet. This project will enable the group to make archways in the gardens and create more sustainable areas to encourage wildlife.
Gardens & Heritage 29 May 2017
Afon Taf Gardening Club in Carmarthenshire will use the grant to take their members on a two-day trip to visit the National Trust historical buildings and gardens at Stokesay Castle, Erddig and Chirk Castle to reduce social isolation. This grant for £4,900 will fund transport, accommodation and entrance fees for up to 35 people.
Phoenix Gardens 14 May 2008
Treorchy Comprehensive School is in Treorchy, Wales and it teaches students aged 11-18yrs. The project will benefit 1,000 and 10 other organisations and aims to build a garden and outdoor picnic area, sensory garden with wildlife habitats, also they will have a recycling and composting area.
Belvedere Gardens 14 May 2008
The project will create a garden site on disused land within a densely populated area. Local volunteers will work to create the garden, which will be developed to include planting and trees. It is anticipated that 430 local residents and 15 organisations will benefit from the project.
Jonathon's Gardens 07 May 2007
This school will use funding to set up a multi sensory breathing place. To achieve this, they will plant a variety of climbing plants and fruit trees, build a pergola-style overhead wildlife motorway linked to the local park, and create a fenced boardwalk structure to provide access from the main building. There are also plans to refurbish a wild area to include linking ponds fed by a sloping stream.
Bygone Gardens 17 Dec 2015
This group will use the funding to work with dementia sufferers and families to create a dementia garden in the sufferers home in which they can reminisce and enjoy the wellbeing benefits that come from spending time outdoors.
Elwyn Gardens 11 May 2016
The organisation will use the funding to regenerate a pocket park within the local community. This will provide improve the pathways and environment within a local green space, provide volunteering opportunities and run a community event to celebrate to celebrate the regeneration of the park.
Sackville Gardens 15 Apr 2009
The Lesbian and Gay Foundation is to hold a Picnic in the Park at Sackville Gardens in Manchester, The site is popular with a number of different groups such as the LGB community, the Chinese community and the student community. A variety of workshops, such as bird boxes, window boxes and plant pot painting, will be held as will creating a chill out space, demonstrations in Thai Chi, children's fun area, meditation area, creative space for musicians, poets, etc, a wish tree and junk monsters events
Sensory Gardens 14 Dec 2005
Lauderdale House was established in February this functions as an arts and education centre. The Houses arts and education programme reaches 22 schools, 660 young people each year and adult learners as part of the U3A. The group is seeking funding create a visually and senorary stimulating spaces for children with physical disabilities. Artist 3 weeks of work (£3000), materials motorised pumps, outdoor paints, mirrors (£1000), 1 week design (3500), 1 week carpentry, hanging, construction, fixing (£450)