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About ydmt

We're Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust. A small charity doing big things in the Dales. We’re here to help the people and environment in this very special place.

FREE Pop Up Business Café in Steeton

You may be interested to know that the Leeds Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP), in conjunction with Craven District Council and Bradford Council, are holding a FREE Pop Up Business Café. The Airedale Pop Up is taking place at Steeton Hall, … Continue reading

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Further Grant Opportunities

We have now re-opened our LEADER programme for application. In addition to the Forestry and Farm grants we are pleased to open up our calls for Micro, Small Enterprise & Farm Diversification, Tourism, Heritage & Culture and Sustaining and Enhancing … Continue reading

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Grants now available…

We have now re-opened our LEADER programme for application. We will also be holding workshops to help completion of applications, we shall notify you once dates and venues have been confirmed. You can see our current calls are on the … Continue reading

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LEADER Funding Available

The next round of Grants are now open….. Micro and Small Enterprise Capital Grant Scheme Grants to support investments in Micro and Small Enterprise. This Yorkshire Dales Local Action Group (LAG) invites applications from new and existing micro and small … Continue reading

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LEADER Drop in Sessions

Come and chat with me – April and May I am holding drop-in sessions over the LEADER area in Masham, Clapham, Leyburn and Pateley Bridge. Date Location Time Wednesday 13th April Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust Office, Clapham, LA2 8DP Afternoon … Continue reading

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Yorkshire Dales LEADER Transition update – our “bid”

On a national level Defra have been very clear about the priorities for all LEADER Programmes operating between 2015 and 2020. Six priorities have been identified and at least 70% of our LEADER activity under these priorities must directly contribute … Continue reading

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