Projects We Have Supported
Have a look at the projects we have supported so far through the Mend the Gap funding
Mend the Gap has supported an audit of how local communities engage with their landscape and environment.
Mend the Gap has hosted an event for farmers and landowners in the south Chilterns.
Mend the Gap is supporting schools in the area to engage with the local landscape.
The term ‘experiential tourism’ can mean different things to different people but in essence, it refers to tourism experiences that...
This project in Streatley will introduce native wild flowers over nearly 86 hectares of grassland.
Mend the Gap have supported Whitchurch on Thames Parish Council and Whitchurch Habitat Group to restore Hardwick Road verge.
Mend the Gap is supporting the Pang Community Wetland Project.
The Goring Gap Environmental Organisation (GGEO) is a new biodiversity-focused organisation.
Mend the Gap supported Copyhold Farm in Goring Heath to establish a wildlife pond and help enable effective management of the woodland.
Mend the Gap has supported Cleeve Water Meadow in Streatley with access improvements.
Mend the Gap have supported South Stoke Parish Council to landscape an area of ground as a park for the whole community
Mend the Gap is supporting Hardwick Estate with their feasibility study for a deer larder.
Mend the Gap is supporting MIGGS in installing an accessible orientation plaque.
Mend the Gap is supporting GG Wildlife Experiences to create an Otter Holt in Lower Basildon.
Growing Places was a Mend the Gap funded pilot project, run by Earth trust in partnership with Aspire, Oxfordshire.
Mend the Gap was one of a number of organisations to support the Vision for the future of Streatley Youth Hostel.