The Royal Horticultural Society is launching a new investment project in Yorkshire. Working in partnership with Yorkshire in Bloom, a new £100,000 fund will be distributed over the next three years to support grassroots community gardening across the region.
Gardening groups will be able to apply for funds to make a difference in their neighbourhoods. Advice and support will be given to groups by the RHS Regional Development Team based at Harlow Carr.
Small grants are available for groups that require start-up funding; a minimum of £300 and a maximum of £500 are available.
For larger projects, the minimum grant is £5,000, the maximum is £10,000.
The RHS wants to ensure that we are able to maximise our support for the projects we fund, so all applicants will be asked to register with
Two of the TRA’s in Huddersfield North have succesfully obtained extra funding for their TRA Jubilee Events.
Malham Court Action Group have worked with one of their local Cllrs, Cahal Burke to obtain £500 funding from the Huddersfield Area Committee to help them involve their local school and residents from the surrounding Oakes estate in their event.
Skelmanthorpe Tenants and Residents Association applied to the Co-operative Society Community Grant scheme for funding for their Jubilee Gala. They beat off strong competition to be awarded £500.
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