Looking After

Mixed Woodland

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How To Apply

How to Apply

We recommend having an informal chat with one of our officers for advice and guidance before filling out the form (see contact details below).

We recommend that you read Cronfa Eryri Application Guidance and the Background Information document before contacting us. In particular, we suggest that you read the section on project outcomes and think about how your project could achieve these.

The next stage will then be to complete a Project Enquiry Form. When we receive your project enquiry, we aim to get back to you within 10 working days.

Try and provide as much information as you can in the form, but also try and keep to the word limits noted on the form.

All completed forms can be sent electronically via email to: cronfaeryri@eryri-npa.gov.uk

If you have any questions or aren’t sure of anything do get in touch with us by phone: (01766) 772257 Or by e-mail: cronfaeryri@eryri-npa.gov.uk

If your project is suitable we’ll then invite you to meet us to discuss the project further prior to completing a full application.

When you send us your completed Full Application Form, we will let you know that we have received it. If we have any points of clarification, then we will contact you. Otherwise, you are unlikely to hear from us until Fforwm Eryri have made a decision on your application.

When preparing an application for Cronfa Eryri, you will need to demonstrate how you will comply with the general conditions specified in the Application Guidance. If your application is successful, compliance with these conditions will be assessed as part of the general monitoring process for Cronfa Eryri.

Application Deadlines and Funding Decisions

You can make a grant request for grants under £1,000 at any time. Grant over £1,000 have specific deadlines – you’ll find the details below.

For grants of between £1,000-£25,000 p/a we must receive your application forms by the following deadlines:

The current round is closed unfortunately, however it is hoped that expressions of interest will be invited under a new theme in September