Closing date for biodiversity grants

Photo of wildflowersOur funding scheme for projects which enhance biodiversity is closing for applications at the end of July.

The Cambridge Water PEBBLE fund, ‘Projects that Explore Biodiversity Benefits in the Local Environment’, offers grants of up to £10,000 to schools, youth groups, wildlife groups, charities or community organisations for projects designed to improve, restore or create new habitats, and which benefit biodiversity, the environment and have a positive impact on the local community.

Since the launch of PEBBLE in 2016, over 200 hectares have been improved in the Cambridge region, that’s more than 200 rugby pitches.  Projects funded have included:
  • tree planting
  • ponds
  • outdoor classrooms
  • river restoration
  • community gardens. 

Dan Clark, Water Resources and Environment Manager for Cambridge Water, said:

At Cambridge Water, we recognise that we must help protect and improve areas for wildlife and plants in the places where we operate. Our PEBBLE fund aims to help local groups do that and it will not only benefit wildlife, but enhance our local communities and our open spaces too.”


PEBBLE grants

Find out how to apply and read case studies of previously funded schemes. Applications can be submitted until 31 July 2019.

Posted 10 July 2019.