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Landfill Communities Fund for the benefit of Gloucestershire

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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.

Gloucestershire Environmental Trust award £8k to Minchinhampton Rugby Club

Posted 6th January 2017 | Category: Press Releases

Minchinhampton Rugby Club (MRFC) is set to receive a grant of £8,000 from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust (GET). This grant is part of the £300,000 which has been raised by the club to build a new clubhouse and will help to fund the second phase of their clubhouse project at Hollybush Ground in Minchinhampton.

Dursley rugby club's biggest investment: £500,000 changing room set to open in March, www.gloucestershirelive.co.uk

Posted 5th January 2017 | Category: Press Coverage

Work to build a brand new changing room facility at Dursley Rugby Club has reached the half way mark.

St Stephen's Church hits fundraising target, Cheltenham Magazine

Posted 1st January 2017 | Category: Press Coverage

There was a flurry of rood appeal excitement at St Stephen\'s Church in Tivoli last month!

Miners Welfare Hall benefits from renovation grant - Part II

Posted 12th December 2016 | Category: Press Releases

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

Now everyone can walk this way!

Posted 7th December 2016 | Category: Press Releases

The Orchard Trust, a charity supporting people with learning disabilities has created a new fully accessible footpath around its rural woodland site in Stowfield, Lower Lydbrook.

Warm in time for winter!

Posted 7th December 2016 | Category: Press Releases

Thanks to the efforts and generosity of the local community, Lydbrook Memorial Hall is now warm, dry and safe again.

New life for village hall, The Forester

Posted 7th December 2016 | Category: Press Coverage

Lydbrook Memorial Hall is now warm and snug thanks to a cool £20,000 grant from The Gloucestershire Environmental Trust - and a little help from its friends.

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