A £2 million fund to support farmers who suffered uninsurable damage to their property in the devastating floods in November has opened for applications on 6 January 2020.
The Forestry Commission is offering free support to help forestry businesses access Rural Development Programme (RDPE) funding.
Following the launch of the RDPE Growth Programme calls for Expressions of Interest for projects, Lancashire County Council will be holding a workshop alongside the Rural Payments Agency to provide potential applicants with further information on the calls and how to apply.
Expression of interests are still being taken by the Durham Coast and Lowlands LEADER.
Money is available through LEADER to fund projects that will create business growth and employment in rural areas.
The Environment Agency manages the ‘Fishery Improvement Programme’ (FIP), and have now released details of what they are looking to fund.
Rural businesses across the country are set to benefit from £35 million in funding to create new jobs, boost tourism, and unlock growth in the countryside.
North East Rural Growth Network is a partnership under the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (NELEP) and North East Farming and Rural Advisory Network (NEFRAN).
There are a number of funding opportunities from the Rural Development Programme.
Forest Holidays, partners of the Fund, are passionate about sustainable rural tourism. Ensuring resilient communities and a prosperous local economy means supporting the people living and working at the very heart of the rural sector.