Tyne & Esk Rural Communities Development Fund
LAG Visiting 2022-23 Projects
LAG Members visited The Steading owned by Rosewell Development Trust in August to assess the development of their garden, which had been funded.
Andrew McDonald (LAG Chair), Anne Hastie (LAG Vice Chair) and Hilary Smith (LAG Member) attended Fringe by the Sea in August 2023. Looking at how the Tyne & Esk funding was assisting with their strong sustainability and environmental credentials
LAG Members Hillary Smith and John McMillan visited the John Bellany Day Centre, Port Seton in September 2023 to appreciate how the CLLD Funded bus has benefited the adults who attend the Centre
2023-2024 Programme Update
The Tyne & Esk Programme for 2023-2024 is in operation with 14 Projects successfully being awarded a combined total of £174,711 (£63,140 revenue and £111,571 Capital) in Round 1 and Round 2 awards will be announced in October.
Tyne & Esk Rural Communities Development Fund LAG is delighted to announce free access to funding information in rural East and Midlothian for local charitable, voluntary sector organisations and businesses