National Lottery Heritage Fund
Thanks to support from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are currently delivering four projects with heritage, nature conservation and young people at their heart.
Thanks to a £64,000 grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund, this partnership project aims to halt the dramatic decline in Turtle Dove numbers and enable vital research and conservation work to be undertaken.
Explorers and Young Rangers: Building a lifelong connection to nature
We have recently been awarded a grant to develop our Explorer Club and Young Ranger Schemes. Explorer Club families meet once a month, undertaking tasks to help look after the National Park and, whilst taking part in fun activities, to understand more about the special places in the North York Moors. Our Young Ranger Scheme is open to young people between the ages of 11-17. Again they meet once a month to learn new skills and undertake conservation tasks.
We’re looking for families and young people from the Teesside, Catterick, Whitby and Scarborough areas to come and join our expanding clubs. Find out more about joining our Explorer Club and Young Rangers.
Landscape Partnerships, supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, bring together members of the community as well as local, regional, and national organisations to deliver schemes, which benefit some of the UK’s most outstanding landscapes and rural communities and put heritage conservation at the heart of rural regeneration. They do this by conserving habitats at landscape-scale, promoting joined-up management, reviving long-lost skills, and more. These projects make a major contribution to work in the UK on implementing the European Landscape Convention. We are currently involved in two Landscape Partnership projects.
This £3.8m Landscape Partnership project reveals a trailblazing period of ironstone mining and railway construction across the North York Moors. Historic monuments will be recorded and conserved, the natural environment that has reclaimed these spaces will be nurtured and protected, and the fascinating stories from this forgotten part of our history will be told.
The National Park Authority and its partners have been successful at the first stage of securing £2 million from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to develop our next Landscape Partnership Scheme – Ryevitalise. The scheme, under development, will help appreciate and enhance the Rye’s verdant landscape and clear waters, resulting in a more natural, better functioning and better understood landscape.
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