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Cranborne Chase: Sustainable Development Fund/Grants

Grants are available from the Sustainable Development Fund for projects that help to look after the Cranborne Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

 

The fund supports projects that bring social, environmental and economic benefits to the AONB. It aims to develop and test new methods of achieving a more sustainable way of life.

 

Each year, the exact amounts of the awards will differ from year to year dependent on budget.

 

Examples of the type of projects which have received awards are:

  • Community shops and local products.
  • Projects that work with disadvantaged young people.
  • Fund raising events for community action; so that the funds raised are not used in putting on the event.
  • Projects to develop sustainable technologies such as renewable energy schemes.
  • Projects that communicate and celebrate the history and culture of this area.

 

What do we want to fund in the future?

 

This is a fund that seeks to foster innovative ways of working and living in the AONB, so we hope that you will come up with ideas that we have never thought of!

 

How to apply?

 

The application forms and guidance notes ARE HERE.

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