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Wednesday, March 08, 2006
South-west UK rural development funds
Of interest to me mainly because we're doing a project in Dorset: the South-West Regional Development Agency (SWRDA) has announced funding of £20m this year for various rural economy initiatives. From their press release:

The funding earmarked will be broken down for the following projects and initiatives:

- Rural Renaissance - £5 million
- Rural productivity and access to rural services - £6 million
- Market and Coastal Towns regeneration projects - £6.4 million
- Market and Costal Towns Association - £1 million
- Food and Drink sector development - £1.6 million


Hopefully some of this may find its way into helping set up our project...

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