Coalfields Regeneration Trust Funding Newsletter
The Coalfields Regeneration Trust (CRT) is an independent regeneration organisation that was established in 1999 to improve the quality of life in Britain’s coalfield communities. They are a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee, governed by a board of voluntary trustees.
The aim of the Trust is to make coalfields sustainable, prosperous, viable and cohesive without support.
Their Mission Is:
“Working closely with partners, the CRT is a key agency promoting and achieving social and economic regeneration in the coalfields of England, Scotland and Wales.”
CRT’s ‘family’ of programmes are specially targeted to meet the needs of all generations and they award grants to community groups across the British coalfields. So far, they have awarded grants and investment worth approximately £230 million through their grant-making programmes.
They have offices in all of the UK coalfield areas. Each office has at least one programme manager and one programme support officer. These teams provide essential support, application forms, advice and guidance to help you with your project and represent their ongoing commitment to grass-roots regeneration of coalfield communities.
If you would like to find out more about CRT, their latest newsletter is attached at the end of this page or to go to their website, please click the logo below.
If you would like to receive the newsletter direct please email Suzanne Clarke:
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