WEBINAR: Introduction to the High Weald Nature and Community Fund

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Join Gerry Sherwin, Business Manager with the High Weald National Landscape team, for an informal webinar to learn more about the new High Weald Nature and Community Fund.

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About this event

The webinar will cover:

  • The High Weald Nature and Community Fund grant application process;
  • Assessment criteria, including how the programme differs from Sussex Lund; and
  • The type of projects that could be funded.

There will be the chance to ask questions at the end of the webinar.

You will be send a Teams meeting link the week before the webinar. Please ensure you have Teams set up on your computer or mobile device before the event (let us know if you need any help).

Please also ensure you have read the criteria and guidance document before the webinar >>

Who is this event for?

Anyone who owns and manages land in the High Weald National Landscape and surrounding areas is welcome to attend, including those who have previously received funding from Sussex Lund. We welcome grant applications from non-profit organisations such as public bodies, charities, community groups, schools and churches. Private landowners and land managers may apply if their proposed work provides a clear, direct public benefit.

About the High Weald Nature and Community Fund

Previously known as Sussex Lund, the High Weald Nature and Community Fund supports work that benefits nature and people across the High Weald National Landscape, including the villages and towns in and around it. Grants range from £500 up to £20,000, with larger amounts available for large-scale, multi-year projects.

The Fund is managed by the High Weald National Landscape Partnership and funded by Lund Trust.

Learn more on our website >>

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