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Important developments at Dumbleton Church

Posted 30th August 2016 | Category: Press Releases

With the help of a generous grant of £15,000 from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust and grants and gifts from other donors, St Peter\'s Church in the attractive north Cotswold village of Dumbleton is now more user-friendly to villagers and visitors alike.

Works start on a Newent Jubilee Wildlife Walk

Posted 23rd August 2016 | Category: Press Releases

Newent Town Council was awarded a grant of £5,000 towards the project by the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust. Ermin Plant Hire and BuildBase have also been very generous supporters of the project.

Demand for Grow Your Own in Priors Park, Tewkesbury

Posted 1st August 2016 | Category: Press Releases

Priors Park Community Allotment has received funding to expand its current site behind Queens Road in Tewkesbury.

A new local facility for hire, Northleach magazine

Posted 7th June 2016 | Category: Press Coverage

Hazelton Village Hall development nears completion.

Upgraded toilets will benefit Drybrook Rugby Club

Posted 6th June 2016 | Category: Press Releases

Drybrook Rugby Club has received a grant of £15,000 from the Gloucestershire Environmental Trust towards improving its toilet facilities.

Riverside walk in Tewkesbury finally finished after 67 years, Gloucestershire Echo

Posted 24th May 2016 | Category: Press Coverage

A public path alongside the River Avon at Tewkesbury has finally been finished - 67 years after it was first planned.

New practice nets a big hit at Upton St Leonards Cricket Club, Gloucester Citizen

Posted 11th May 2016 | Category: Press Coverage

Upton St Leonards cricket club can push on with development now its new nets are up-and-running.

New gate locks to protect gardens in Gloucester city centre

Posted 23rd April 2016 | Category: Press Releases

The Gloucestershire Environmental Trust has funded new number-code locks for the gardens of Brunswick Square in Gloucester so the gardens can be secured at night, to protect the trees, planting and garden features.

Grant funding 'raises the roof' on North Cerney's memorial hall

Posted 21st April 2016 | Category: Press Releases

After surviving for more than 50 years, the roof of North Cerney Memorial Village Hall is being replaced, thanks to grant funding from Gloucestershire Environmental Trust, Cotswold District Council and fundraising events held in the hall over the past 18 months. The contractors – Colman Roofing of Swindon – began work on 19th April and expect to complete the project over the next two weeks.

Birds in for a treat as aviaries in Pittville Park undergo huge refurbishment, Gloucestershire Echo

Posted 14th April 2016 | Category: Press Coverage

The birds in Pittville Park will soon be treated to a life of luxury.

The aviaries in the park are set to undergo a major refurbishment, thanks to Friends of Pittville and a grant of £25,000 from Gloucestershire Environmental Trust.

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