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  • A massive thank you to our interns!

    We were very fortunate this year as we were able to take on two new interns, Megan and Jamie, who were given a whistle-stop and socially distanced tour of how a fisheries trust works. To start, our interns attended and successfully passed their safe use of pesticides and hand held Read more [...]

  • Acorn to Oak

    To celebrate National Tree Week we would like to share our Acorn to Oak project we have been doing with the local community to do something positive for their local tree scape. Our “Acorn to Oak” project involves planting acorns in pots and growing them until they are large enough Read more [...]

  • #MoreThanAYouthClub

    This year we were so grateful to receive core funding from the Greggs Foundation to help us continue our work during Covid 19. It has been an incredibly difficult year for so many organisations and individuals, so that belief from our work from Greggs and the opportunities it offers us Read more [...]

  • News from the Community Gardens December 2020

    News from the Community Gardens December 2020 Clematis still flowering away in the Bishop’s Palace Vegetable Plot Update      We hope you are all keeping well. With the most recent lockdown being lifted it has been great to open up the gardening sessions again, albeit with reduced numbers. Our volunteers have Read more [...]

  • Ben’s Story

    Grimethorpe Activity Zone (GAZ) Supporting Children and Young People   Ben’s Story Hi, my name is Ben, I am 14.  Last week at school, we learnt about Anne Frank and how she kept a diary about her life.  Her diary told of her daily struggles and fears, whilst hiding from Read more [...]

  • Motivation and Inspiration

    Since the start of lockdown we have had the privledge to interview Olympians,Paralympians and inspirational people from around the world and the UK. As a community group we would have never thought of being able to do this or have the opportunity, however due to the present challenging times and Read more [...]

  • Atlantic salmon mural

    We are pleased to announce that our International Year of the Salmon mural was completed earlier this year. However before you visit, let us provide a little background to the mural. Last year, we secured funding from the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation (NASCO) as part of the ‘International Year Read more [...]

  • Fish grow on trees…

    This week we received our tree saplings for two of our tree planting projects. The first project is supported by the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. This grant will help us to plant trees within the riparian zone of the Carrochan and Ballagan burn that runs through Balloch, Read more [...]

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