Gwynedd Wildlife and Vegetable Garden Project
The Gwynedd Wildlife and Vegetable Garden Project enters its second year in 2012/13. 10 primary schools in Gwynedd are eligible to apply for a grant of up to £350 and will be emailed by the Trust to inform them of the grant available. The Trust is working closely with Anna Williams of the North Wales Wildlife Trust; Anna will help and advise the schools on what to do with their outdoor space to encourage wildlife and grow vegetables. The Gwynedd Garden Project is a non-competitive grant scheme.
We have a simple application process. Schools are asked to provide: a brief project description, a breakdown of costs, and a project date. The eligible schools will be emailed an application form/informed they can apply by Anna.
For more information, please email:
Schools that receive a grant will be asked to provide a short report about the funded items. The Edina Trust has set aside sufficient resources so that schools applying later in the school year will not be disadvantaged. However, please be aware that the Trust does not fund projects retrospectively.