Humber and Wolds Rural Action remains open for business, we are continuing to support our communities but in a different way, you can still contact us by email or telephone. Please visit the page dedicated to Covid19 to find out more about how the community is responding.

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The resulting Community Led Plan forms a blueprint for use by Town/Parish Councils and other local bodies, as well as providing evidence for funding bids to enable the actions identified to be completed.
Mrs Surfleet a registered customer of the car scheme thanked HWRA for an excellent service and also to personally thank the driver, Terry for his help and assitance in providing transport to her medical appointment.
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Bright Green Future programme open for applications

Bright Green Future, CSE's national environmental youth project, is now accepting applications for its fifth and latest cohort of young people.

The £1 million National-Lottery funded scheme, managed by the Communities team at CSE, offers a unique and free year-long curriculum of environmental training for 14-17 year olds from across the UK.

Developing fundmental environmental skills and knowledge is at the very heart of the programme, with every participant given the opportunity to participate in a range of face-to-face and online training, engage with a mentor, and complete a work enquiry in close collaboration with a leading organisation from the environmental or sustainability sector. Crucially, though, with the help of a local project and a 4-day residential summer school, BGF also offers young people the tools and the confidence to put their new training to use in creating a better, greener world.

Over 140 young people have graduated from the BGF programme since 2016.

You can find out more information about the BGF programme on its website, its Twitter, or Instagram.

To make an application, click here. Applications are set to close on the 2th July 2020.

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Covid19 likely to have a negative impact on the delivery of affordable rural housing

A fall in property prices as a consequence of Covid19 could reduce the number of affordable homes that get built in the countryside whilst larger, more inappropriate development could get the go-ahead warns charity, Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE).W We know that many rural communities are supportive of small-scale housing schemes that are sensitive to the look and feel of the local area and which create homes that are affordable to local residents. But the fallout from Covid19 could up-end the viability of such schemes.

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Rural Housing Week 2020 (6th - 10th July)

Rural Housing Week is an annual celebration of rural housing when organisations work with external stakeholders to reinforce the message that housing is vital for the survival of rural communities and services.

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