Heritage & Culture Grant
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Environmental Question Time - Invitation
You are invited to “Environmental Question Time” organised by Wrexham Environmental Network. The event will be held on the 17th July in the Nick Whitehead lecture theatre at Glyndwr University, Wrexham and will run from 6:00-7:30 with free refreshments to follow.
Environmental Question Time, chaired by Professor Peter Heard, brings together a panel of local individuals who collectively have an immense breadth and depth of knowledge, in terms of both subject area and also practical application. For more information on the panel please go to the eventbrite page (http://wenquest.eventbrite.co.uk).
Pose your questions to a leading panel of experts on topical environmental issues, such as: Sustainable Resources; Carbon Footprint; Renewable Energy; Climate Change; Recycling & Waste; Geodiversity; Biodiversity; Food Miles & Rock Miles.
To avoid disappointment book free audience tickets at http://wenquest.eventbrite.co.uk or simply turn up on the night. Submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively tweet @WENQUEST or discuss using hashtag #WENQUEST
Please feel free to promote this event in your community and circulate this to your contacts – everyone is welcome at this free event! Poster promoting Environmental Question Time
This event is supported by the Rural Environmental Project run by Northern Marches Cymru.
We look forward to seeing you on the night!
Wrexham Food Festival 2012
Nightingale House Hospice invite you to their Wrexham Food Festival
Llwyn Isaf, Guildhall, Wrexham.
Saturday 12th May 10am - 6pm
Sunday 13th May 11am - -5pm
Live cookery demonstrations, local producer food stalls, food samples, fun for all the family and much, much more.
Cookery demonstrations by Leigh Myers Executive Head Chef from Grosvenor Pulford Hotel & Spa and Graham Tinsley Executive Chef from Devere Carden Park Hotel on the AGA Rangemaster Cookery Theatre.
£3 Entry Fee
For more information visit www.wrexhamfoodfest.co.uk
Heritage & Culture Grant
The Heritage and Culture grant is now available.
Rural Wrexham Community Groups can now apply for upto £10,000 towards the following: -
Bilingual Cultural Activities,
Small Scale restoration and interpretation of historical monuments,
A celebration of heritage features.
To obtain further details visit the Heritage and culture Page
Launch – Into your Business
A new grant scheme is being launched this week for 16-30 year olds looking to start a new business within Rural Wrexham. The grant is will fund up to 90% to a maximum of £1500. Support is also available to guide you through starting your own business. For further information on Launch contact Charli Dickenson...
Heritage and Culture Grant Scheme
This project is providing grants to assist schemes that allow communities and community groups to celebrate, conserve and protect their own heritage, be it cultural or natural.
The grant scheme builds on the success of the Northern Marches Cymru’s -Community Heritage Project under Business Plan 1, where communities joined together to research and develop the history and culture of their areas. The successful capacity building developed through that project has encouraged groups to apply for Heritage & Culture Grant funds to manage their own identified projects.
NEW for June 2013 – July 2014
Northern Marches Cymru will shortly be announcing our new Heritage & Culture Grant-Year 2 priority themes for funding.
If you are a community group thinking about applying for grant funding, a pre-application form and full grant guidance will be available from June 2013.
For further information, please contact the Heritage and Culture Grant Officer on 01978 298392 or email email@example.com