Edition: November 2022
Got any climate-friendly ideas? Apply for up to £5,000 to make them happen.
Energy – such as reducing consumption and increasing the use of renewable forms of energy Water – such as reducing consumption and reducing the threats from flooding Waste minimisation – reducing waste, reusing resources and recycling resources for example using composting bins Biodiversity – increasing wildlife, such as the creation of pocket parks and community orchards Sustainable transport – such as encouraging cycling and walking up to £1,000 up to £2,500 (which requires more information from the applicant) up to £5,000 (which requires match funding from the applicant).
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For more information about the Horsham District Community Climate Fund, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website.
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