DEADLINE:
15TH FEBRUARY 2024

Grants averaging £3,250 are available to charities, charitable organisations and individuals in the UK to promote horticulture and horticulture education, conservation of the natural environment and making gardens accessible to the general public. The objectives of the Stanley Smith (UK) Horticultural Trust are:

 

  • To promote horticulture.
  • To promote the conservation of the physical and natural environment by promoting biological diversity.
  • To promote the creation, development, preservation and maintenance of gardens accessible to the public, and
  • The advancement of horticultural education.

 

The Trust achieves its objectives by making grants to organisations, institutions and individuals carrying out projects of significance to:

 

  • Horticulture
  • Gardening, and;
  • Botany, with a strong horticultural element.

 

Typical projects funded by the Trust are (please note this is not an exclusive list):

 

  • Developing new gardens for public access and enjoyment.
  • Exhibitions, book publications, research and educational programmes relating to horticulture.
  • Expeditions to collect and protect plants of scientific and horticultural value.
  • Gardeners’ training schemes run by appropriate organisations.
  • Promotion and cultivation of new plants.
  • Restoring gardens of historic interest, and
  • Study visits by horticulturists or botanists with strong horticultural links.

 

Deadline: Thursday 15th February 2024

 

Full details are available on their website: https://ssht.uk/

 

(If the above website is not available, as has been the case for some but not all, more info can be found on the Charity Commission’s website)

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