07.06.2022 | News
The Gardens Trust is launching a new grant scheme for volunteer projects supporting historic designed landscapes. The Gardens Trust Community Grant is for up to £2,500 and is intended to help seed-fund volunteer projects that will support historic designed landscapes in the UK.
The application process is intentionally as simple as possible, as we are keen that this is an inclusive and accessible scheme.
The criteria for the grant are:
To apply, please complete this Garden Trust Community Grant Application form, which includes guidance on applying, and return it to firstname.lastname@example.org by 15th October 2022. We will let applicants know whether they have been successful in mid-November 2022.
The Gardens Trust community grant is made possible by a generous donation from the Gentian Trust, established by Peter and Rosy Gent, who are members of the Gardens Trust. They are keen gardeners and garden visitors, and with this grant they are “hoping to plant acorns which will become oaks”. We thank the Gents wholeheartedly for their enthusiastic response to the GT’s work around historic designed landscapes, and are excited to see the difference it will make to volunteer projects.