Rose Regeneration


‘Bucolica’– the Rural Idyll

YAS1Are rural places becoming more or less sustainable? What does farming contribute to rural communities? And how can we measure this?

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Funding to support Local Communities

RSNl updated On behalf of the Rural Services Network, we recently held an event on ‘The Lottery and Local Authorities’.

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Cotswolds AONB Evidence Base

CCBRose Regeneration has assessed how the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) works in spatial terms and how it deals with places and their relationships with each other.

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Social Enterprise – opportunity knocks?

RCNWe have had an article published in Network News.

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Rural Direct Scotland

Rural DirectWe are evaluating a support programme called ‘Rural Direct’.

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Social Return on Investment

MenphysWe are working on a pan European project to measure the benefits of voluntary work and how this can provide a pathway to new skills and eventually a paid job.

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LEADER transition support

LeaderFinalWe are continuing to support 3 LEADER partnerships during their transition year (2014).

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Village SOS – there’s no limit to local

VillageSOSWe recently completed research for the Big Lottery Fund on Village SOS.

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Evaluation of the North York Moors, Coast & Hills LEADER Programme


We recently launched our report on the North York Moors, Coast and Hills LEADER Programme at Fountains Abbey.

This short report summarises the findings of the evaluation of the North York Moors, Coast & Hills LEADER Programme.

The report was launched on 16 October at Fountains Abbey.

Some 200+ people attended the event to celebrate what the Programme has achieved and what opportunities there are to expand and grow into in the future..

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Growing up, staying in or getting out of the countryside: does ‘Every Child Matter’?

schoolboyThe Rural Services Network (RSN) and Rose Regeneration held an event on ‘children and young people’ on 11 June at the University of Plymouth.

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