Local Places for Nature
The Powys Nature Partnership is expecting to be allocated funding by the Welsh Government for Local Places for Nature (LPfN).
The aim of LPfN is to create nature on your doorstep, engaging communities to create and enhance places for nature.
LPfN is a bottom-up programme with a focus on urban areas, particularly areas of deprivation and/or those with limited access to nature.
The Powys Nature Partnership is offering partners, organisations, and services the chance to bid for grant funding to create local places for nature in communities.
The funding is open to community groups, voluntary organisations, charities, and other third sector organisations. It is also open to the health board, schools, the local authority and other public sector organisations. Previous projects in schools have included biodiversity or food gardens and forest schools.
Please see the guidance and application form for more information and details on how to apply.
Please send your completed application form and any supporting photos or documents to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The closing date for applications will be 5pm, 21st July 2023.