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The first year of community grants has meant six local organisations are completing exciting new projects.
Over 100 events took place over 9 days in September during the latest Nene Valley Festival
An exciting opportunity to lead Nenescape has arisen
A new app launches in Rushden, celebrating the town’s history and people.
The National Leather Collection received a community grant and has started a project to catalogue their extensive archive.
A litter pick with a difference at Wellingborough Embankment on 22 September
Bringing Nature Closer begins at Nene Park
We are seeking sites for habitat improvements in the Nene Valley
‘Out to Water, Into History’ project begins with launch on Saturday 23 June.
‘Stories of the Nene’ community grants open for applications
Another piece of the Resilient River project has been completed.
We’re working in partnership to collect the stories of 900 people along the River Nene.
The first of a series of river restoration works has happened at Stanwick Lakes, creating a new habitat.
A new role has arisen to join the team delivering Farming for the Future
A new opportunity for a contractor to help increase access through beautiful bluebell woods
*Closes 2 March*
An exciting new community engagement project for Nene Valley artists.
Find out how to win tickets to a special concert in March 2018.
November 2017 marks the official launch of Nenescape.
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