Cory Environmental Trust in Britain

Cory Environmental Trust in Britain (CETB) is an environmental body which supports community and environmental projects. CETB awards grants under the terms of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF), providing funding to a broad range of projects that have as big an impact on the community as possible.

Areas covered by the Trust include: Dudley, Gwynedd, Wrexham, Bristol, Sevenoaks, St Helens, Southend-on-Sea, LB Bexley and Swansea. The Trust does not currently fund projects within the county of Gloucestershire.

Click 'Apply for funding' for details of the application process.

 

 
 

Latest news


CETB grant brings improvements to Colliers Moss

A £50,000 grant from Cory Environmental Trust in Britain (CETB) has brought huge improvements for visitors to Colliers Moss in St Helens.


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Lord Pendry opens new grassroots football facility in St Helens

Earlestown Athletic Junior Football Club (EAJFC) in Newton-le-Willows opened its gates to a number of VIPs on 17th June, at a ceremony to commemorate five years' worth of improvement works.


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We are committed to supporting community and environmental projects across the UK.

These include improving community halls, creating new play areas and skate parks, and restoring green spaces.

If you have a project or an idea for a project, please call Trust Secretary Angela Haymonds on 01753 582513 to check whether your project would be eligible and for guidance on putting your application together.

Deadlines for applications


The deadlines for applications are:

8 Dec 17 for a meeting on 17 Jan 18 (date tbc)

6 Apr 18 for a meeting on 16 May 18

24 Aug 18 for a meeting on 26 Sep 18

7 Dec 18 for a meeting in Jan 19 (date tbc)

And every four months thereafter.