Project 16: Community Engagement Fund

The Spiritual Trail will uncover and promote an unique and vast spiritual heritage located throughout Lough Erne with the aim of creating awareness, understanding, public access and digital visitor experiences.


Project 16: Community Engagement Fund

Those organisations and individuals who live around and use the lough every day are those who also recognise the needs of the community and local species and habitats. This fund will be available for local organisations and individuals to apply, to ensure good management of built, natural and cultural heritage of the region and will be launched annually.

For more information contact Elmarie Swanepoel call 028 6632 7109 email: elmarie.swanepoel@rspb.org.uk

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LELP Community Engagement Farming Fund 2020

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2020 Community Engagement & Farming Fund Open for Applications

Do you have an exciting project that will help to protect, conserve and celebrate the unique natural, built and cultural heritage of the Lough Erne landscape?

LELP through this Community Engagement Farming Fund(CEFF) want to engage with the local community to enable the delivery of your project ideas. Grants of up to £5,000 are available to support the delivery of new heritage projects within the LELP region.

Your project idea must fit within the current LELP themes, aims and objectives which can be found here. Further information and eligibility criteria can be found in the CEFF Guidance notes. LELP are currently delivering a varied scheme of projects further information can be found here.

Members of the LELP team are available to discuss your project ideas by contacting Heather Gott E:heather.gott@rspb.org.uk or call M: 07738116385. (Due to the Covid 19 pandemic all staff are working from home)

Closing date for all applications 5:00pm Friday 15 January 2021 (late submissions will not be accepted)

To download the Application Form click here

To download the Guidance Notes click here

2019 Launch of LELP Community Engagement & Farming Fund (closed)

The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) recognises the importance of engaging with the communities that live and work around the landscape area. The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership (LELP) Community Engagement Fund is open to both community groups and to the farming community. It is designed to help fund and implement exciting new projects within the LELP area (within our existing themes), to build on existing LELP projects and maximise links with the local community. For more information on LELP themes click here and for existing projects click here.

Download Community Engagement & Farming fund 2019 guidance notes here.

Download Community Engagement & Farming fund 2019 application forms here.

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