The above scheme opened on 1 Feb 19. It is a capital investment fund open to private forest owners, local authority or other public sector forest owners and Micro, Small or Medium Enterprises (SME’s).

A pilot project to trial new uses for the Giles Gilbert Scott red telephone kiosks that are iconic features within the rural area.

Scott Davies established Hilltop Honey in 2011 and since then the company has seen exceptional levels of growth with turnover increasing from £234,000 to more than £4m.

The Wales Rural Network Support Unit (WRNSU) supports a forum to promote the exchange of expertise in rural development. WRNSU is open to anyone interested in rural development or involved with the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 and the schemes it funds.

 

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News Amelia Trust Farm - New Multimedia Studio is a Great Success
Thanks to funding from the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme which…
News Llangollen businesses aiming for Gold in Customer Service
Leading businesses from in and around Llangollen have taken advantage of an opportunity offered by…
News First section of exciting Tywi Valley Path scheme now open
The first section of the ambitious Tywi Valley Path – a 16-mile stretch running alongside the River…
Case study Bringing Red Telephone Boxes Back into Use
Project description A pilot project to trial new uses for the Giles Gilbert Scott red telephone…