The Areti Trust has made a grant of £2,920 to CEEP for outdoor summer activities at Kepplewray Centre.
Author: The Areti Trust
Grants awarded January 2023
- £2,400 to Lancashire Association of Boys and Girls Club for summer outdoor activities.
- £10,040 to Lancashire Youth Challenge for their summer challenge expedition in the Lake District.
- £16,120 to Larksfoot CIC for free forest school holiday places for FSM children.
- £15,330 to Morecambe Bay Partnership for primary school pupils to explore the landscape around Cockerham.
Plus ongoing funding for primary school pupils to visit RSPB Leighton Moss.
Grant awarded to Escape2Make
Areti recently awarded a grant of £15,000 to Escape2Make for activities in 2023:
• Bicycle Club (repairs and creative trips)
• Foraging, Wild Cooking, Natural Product Making Club
• Contribution towards the Duke of Edinburgh awards
• Away Day at RSPB
The Trust has awarded £750 to Litfest for 20 local secondary school students to visit Leighton Moss in March in the company of ornithologist and author, Tim Birkhead, during Litfest 2023.
Grant to Morecambe Road School
The Areti Trust has awarded £5,000 to Morecambe Road School towards the cost of taking pupils on residential expeditions to the Lake District.
Escape2Make held their Green Festival in Scotch Quarry today to showcase the creative work of young people on the theme of the environment. Lots of activities and an inspirational feel.
Further grants awarded
The Areti Trust has also agreed the following grants:
- £12,206 for children from less well-off families to attend the Forest School Holiday Club organised by Larksfoot CIC
- £25,925 to Arnside & Silverdale AONB for “Into The Woods” – a full-year programme for pupils from Chadwick School PRU.
Two more grants
Two more grants have recently been awarded for summer activities: one to Outward Bound and one to the Lancashire Association of Boys and Girls Clubs.
Grant to Kent Estuary Youth project
The Areti Trust recently made a grant of £2,000 to the KEY project to enable 20 young people to attend a residential weekend of outdoor activities.
Grant awarded to “Where the Wildings Are”
The Areti Trust recently made a grant of £23,396 to LESS for their “Where the Wildings Are“. This is a project working with local schools to grow food, and to encourage wildlife and increase biodiversity in their grounds.