Dacre Parish Council

Serving the people of Dacre

  • Dacre Banks Village Green

    Dacre Banks Village Green

  • Dacre Village sign, November

    Dacre Village sign, November

  • Holy Trinity Church, Dacre Banks

    Holy Trinity Church, Dacre Banks

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The Greenhow Fund

The Greenhow Fund, was established in 2006 by Hansons UK with the aim of improving the environment following granting of planning permission at Greenhow Quarry. With £10,000 available each year the fund has supported over 51 projects so far making a significant and long lasting impact on the ground. The Greenhow Fund is now looking for more local projects to support.

Projects can be supported if they are located in the eligible area which are the four Parishes surrounding the quarry: Bewerley, Thornthwaite with Padside, Dacre and Thruscross. Anyone can apply and funding can be up to a maximum of 75% of the total project costs although a higher percentage of grant in exceptional cases may be awarded. More »

For more information, application forms and guidance notes visit https://nidderdaleaonb.org.uk/living-working/grants-and-advice/greenhow-enhancement-fund/

Contact Sarah Kettlewell on 07800 830409 or skettlewellconsulting@gmail.com if you have any questions about eligibility or you need help with developing your project. » Less

Posted: Tue, 19 Nov 2019 13:55 by Martin Pearson

Emergency sand-bags available

Please note that emergency sand-bags are now available from the void beneath the steps at Dacre and Hartwith Village Hall, Oak Lane Dacre Banks. Please let the Clerk know as soon as possible if you use any sand-bags in an emergency (07541 518 456) or dacreclerk@gmail.com.

Posted: Sun, 28 Apr 2019 19:09 by Martin Pearson