This is an archived website, available until June 2027. We hope it will inspire people to continue to care for and protect the South West Peak area and other landscapes. Although the South West Peak Landscape Partnership ended in June 2022, the area is within the Peak District National Park. Enquiries can be made to

The 5-year South West Peak Landscape Partnership, 2017-2022, was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

New Videos Show the Power of Community Grants

Posted on 17 October 2019

Did You Know?

As part of the Engaging Communities project the South West Peak Landscape Partnership provides small grants of between £500 to £10,000 for eligible projects that address one or more of our project objectives (listed here). The Community Grants scheme funds up to 50% of the total project costs and groups need to be able to provide match funding (from other fundraising and in-kind contributions) for their projects. South West Peak staff provide support for communities to design and implement community projects and also to apply for funding, both from the Partnership and from other funding organisations as well.

Recipients of community grants are decided by a Community Grants Panel. This panel is composed of volunteers who are knowledgeable about the area and who are interested in contributing to the aims of the project.

Looking for ideas for a community project? Why not check out these new videos produced with support from the Community Grants Scheme and the National Lottery Heritage Fund:

All the films can be found under the heading ‘Folktales’ here.

Nature based integration: This is a project developed by Asha (who work to promote social inclusion for asylum seekers and refugees). This short film shows how much the participants enjoyed the project.

If you are interested in applying for a Community Grant or have questions just head on over to the project page for more information:

Engaging Communities

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