The Royal Agricultural Society for England is looking for examples of farmers working together to help each other (Farmer Networks) and for examples of organisations that provide services to them (Networks for Farmers).
Wednesday 13th February 2013, from 10.00am to 1.00pm at WCAVA, 19 & 20 North Street, Rugby.
WCAVA and Rugby Borough Council are holding an informative workshop on increasing chances of success when applying for grants. The workshop will enable voluntary and community groups to:- • Understand the application process • Identify the need for a proposed project • Identify match funding • Identify the potential outcomes and additional benefits of the project
Businesses based in Stratford-upon-Avon are invited to the Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon on Friday 12th April 8.30 am until 12 noon. This will be your opportunity to shape the future for business - no matter how large or small, all businesses welcome to attend.
Warwickshire County Council’s Learning and Community Engagement Team in partnership with Adult and Community Learning are running some FREE family events this month. ‘Guess Who’ is for all ages and allows families to become…
Village hall volunteers are being urged to draw up an action plan to deal with icy car parks before the next Big Freeze.
Recent heavy snowfall posed a dilemma for many of England’s 10,000 rural community buildings, says national charity ACRE (Action with Communities in Rural England), which runs a Village Halls Information Service.
Awards for All, is part of the BIG lottery fund and offers grants of between £300 and £10,000 for projects that improve communities, and the lives of people within them. It is for voluntary and community groups, schools and health organisations, parish and town councils. It is an ideal fund for halls which want to carry out minor improvements to their buildings or improve the equipment used in them.
Applicants can apply for up to £10,000 every 12 months and if successful, the grant...
As part of the Friendly Farmer project to help inform local communities about farming, food production and rural management in their immediate vicinity Warwickshire Rural Hub has organised a farm walk around parts of the Stoneleigh Park estate for people living in Stoneleigh, Ashow, Stareton and surrounding villages.