The tide is turning for the Solent.
Secrets of the Solent
R4C returns to the Land of the Fanns.
R4c has been awarded the contract to evaluate the delivery of the "Land of the Fanns" Landscape Partnership Scheme.
HLF Consultation on its Future Strategy
HLF has now opened a round of public consultation on its future strategy
Biodiversity and Ecosystem Resilience Plan
R4C is delighted to have been appointed by Torfaen County Borough Council to develop their Biodiversity and Ecosystem Resilience Plan;
Forest Routes Community Transport
R4C is undertaking the final evaluation of Forest Routes, which is a partnership project with four community transport partners, that between them cover 200 squares miles of the Forest of Dean.
Black Mountains Land Use Partnership
Investing in Rural Skills and the Future of Farming ....
Evaluation of Grow Wild
R4C has started working with NEF Consulting to design and deliver an evaluation of Grow Wild; the national outreach programme of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.
Going Green for Newtown
We congratulate Going Green for Newtown on securing the largest asset transfer of land in Wales.
Evaluation for Tilbury on the Thames Trust
Resources for Change is evaluating the impact of an HLF Resilient Heritage project for the Tilbury on the Thames Trust. The project supports the Trust to strengthen its capacity to care for significant heritage assets as it develops an ambitious and exciting project to redevelop the Tilbury Cruise Terminal.
Old Chalk, New Downs
R4C awarded the contract to support the evaluation of the Old Chalk, New Downs Project
Cranborne Chase, The Wider Audience
Transforming the Trent Valley
Monitoring and Evaluating the transformation ...
A Pier's Tale Evaluation
All at sea....
R4C 20th Anniversary
Celebrating 20 years....
Sciencewise Framework Call Off
Appointment to public dialogue evaluation framework...
Llanwyddyn Community Centre Feasibility
Llanwyddyn, supporting the community centre.....
Guardians of the Deep Evaluation
Supporting Kent Wildlife Trust in evaluating a £450,000 HLF project.....