Cornwall Heritage Trust has launched a new business sponsorship scheme aiming to involve local businesses in partnership to protect and promote Cornwall’s heritage buildings.
Government consultations around Motability, pets, early years, youth services and family life, sport and smart meters – plus Cornwall Council consultations on Adult Direct Payments, dogs on beaches and planning.
Age UK have purchased 6 electric vehicles, for community use, and have installed charging points at 6 locations across Cornwall.
Community Led Local Development has put out a call for Workspace and Natural & Heritage Assets Projects funded under the ERDF and ESF. Deadline 22 November.
Catch up with the latest from the Rural Services Network, via their latest bulletin – rural banking, broadband, police, and more.
The Landmark Trust is once again offering 50 free self catering holidays in historic buildings, to charities and non-profit organisations.
Environment news – UK wildlife in danger, just 20 firms behind 33% of carbon emissions, Environment Bill in Queen’s Speech, Heritage Declares for climate change, and reporting flytipping.
Reduced bus fares promised with a Government subsidy, making buses more affordable, and an eco-friendly option that everyone can sue.
Funding opportunities – Scillies only, Music for all, conservation, community support, children’s and medical charities and small, isolated rural communities
Find out more about Cornwall Council’s plans around the Climate Emergency, and join the Big Climate Fightback, on 30 November by planting a tree!
Consultations from Cornwall Council, on Direct Payments, dogs on beaches, carers, day services, and the Launceston and Hayle area masterplans.
Environmental news update, including climate change, extreme weather, tree planting (where, what and how) and smart energy on the Scillies.
Details of days, weeks and months commemorating or raising awareness of various conditions and causes this September.
Funding opportunities for violence against women, disadvantaged young people, social action and ecological science.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex have chosen 15 small charities to support during August – raising awareness of lesser-known issues.
Funding announced for the Cornish language, plus opportunities for health charities, architectural heritage, music and the arts, people in Liskeard, cycling and against isolation.
Make sure you’re informed about the Community Governance Review, and have your say on Cornwall Council’s climate change policy, and adult advocacy services.
A quick run-down of events and awareness raising occasions in July: the Samaritans, the marine environment, hepatitis, mesothelioma and youth skills – any of these resonate with your work?
Current funding opportunities for local theatres, diversity in sport, music for all, holiday grants for disadvantaged children, mental health groups and environmental crisis.
Light pollution is less talked-about than plastic pollution, but too much external lighting makes it harder to see the stars, as well as affecting wildlife. What action can you take?