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Llanthony Secunda Priory awarded flagship grant from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust

Posted 15th March 2017 | Category: Press Releases

Llanthony Secunda Priory Trust is delighted to announce a major link with the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust which is providing Flagship Project funding of £250,000 to help the Llanthony Re-formation Project - to revitalise a site of truly unique historical importance situated right in the heart of Gloucester.

Much-loved Victorian Hucclecote building has obtained a grant for refurbushment

Posted 12th March 2017 | Category: Press Releases

The Thomas Gaze Memorial Hall in Hucclecote is to undergo a welcome refurbishment and update at a cost of £45,000. Work is to be funded with the help of Gloucestershire Environmental Trust and will include the provision of toilet facilities for the disabled, new heating and replacement windows, bringing the building into the 21st Century.

Grant brings modern facilities to Sheepscombe Cricket Club

Posted 14th February 2017 | Category: Press Releases

Thanks to a generous grant from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust, the Club has taken its first steps in a project to bring its pavilion up to scratch by improving drainage and investing in a power generator.

Funding supports crucial repairs to Ampney Crucis church

Posted 13th February 2017 | Category: Press Releases

A grant from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust is contributing to interior renovations at a well-loved church at Ampney Crucis near Cirencester.

Could world's first wild boar grid help protect Forest playing fields?, www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk

Posted 8th February 2017 | Category: Press Coverage

A Forest village has installed what is believed to be the first wild boar grid in the world to protect playing fields being continually wrecked by the wild pigs which roam the village at night.

Wild boar grid funded by Gloucestershire Environmental Trust

Posted 7th February 2017 | Category: Press Releases

The UK’s first wild boar grid has been installed in Yorkley, thanks to a grant from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust (GET).

New woodland and wild space nears completion

Posted 31st January 2017 | Category: Press Releases

A project to enhance a wild community space at a Coleford recreation ground is near completion.

Joy at £56k village playground makeover for all, www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk

Posted 27th January 2017 | Category: Press Coverage

Work starts next month on a new £56,000 play area and community hub for a Five Valleys village.

Horsley village benefits from Play Project grant

Posted 26th January 2017 | Category: Press Releases

The future’s looking bright for Horsley village thanks to a grant from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.

Grants are praised as church reaches £120k fundraising goal, Gloucestershire Echo

Posted 9th January 2017 | Category: Press Coverage

A church in Cheltenham is rejoicing after receiving three \'heavenly\' grants.

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