Local Places for Nature
Local Places for Nature grants 2022/23
The Powys Nature Partnership has recently been allocated funding by Welsh Government through the Local Places for Nature (LPfN) scheme.
The aim of LPfN is to create Nature on Your Doorstep, where people live, work and access public services. It focuses on engaging communities to create and enhance places for nature, not just to be passive recipients or observers of nature.
LPfN is a bottom-up programme with a focus on urban areas, particularly areas of deprivation and/or those with little or no access to nature.
The Powys Nature Partnership would like to offer partners, organisations, and services the chance to bid for grant funding to create local places for nature where people live, work and access public services.
The fund 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, town & community councils, and other public sector organisations. Please see the application form for more information.