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TOE: Local Environment Fund in the UK

TOE: Local Environment Fund in the UK

Deadline: 27-Jul-22

The Trust for Oxfordshire’s Environment (TOE) is seeking applications for the Local Environment Fund to support Oxfordshire communities to take action to restore nature and promote public access to green spaces.

TOE’s original grant programme for community groups and other charitable or non-profit organisations throughout Oxfordshire.


The following priorities are:
Biodiversity – projects that create, protect, and enhance natural habitats, allowing wildlife to thrive and supporting nature’s recovery; and/or projects that improve the quality, quantity, and coverage of voluntary species recording.
Access – projects that improve public access to green spaces and the countryside, helping people connect with nature.
Funding Information

Grants of up to £10,000 can be used to deliver projects.

Biodiversity: Eligible biodiversity projects should:
Improve the overall biodiversity of habitats including woodlands, ponds, rivers, meadows, green spaces, and the wider countryside.
Improving biodiversity of urban green spaces.
Improve breeding or habitat conditions for particular species, e.g. planting nectar-rich plants for bumblebees.
Improve the quality, quantity, and/or coverage of voluntary species recording in Oxfordshire and Berkshire
Access: TOE supports projects which improve local green spaces and the accessibility and quality of the rights of way network, including:
Creating new links, circular routes, and traffic-free routes
Replacing stiles with gates
Improving path surfaces, signs and route-marking
Promoting the wider use of the countryside and green spaces, and linking with local facilities.
For more information, visit https://www.trustforoxfordshire.org.uk/main-fund

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