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The South Pennines Watershed Landscape Heritage Lottery Fund Landscape Partnerships programme. New resources for the South Pennines. Robin Gray, Project Officer Edie Jolley, Project Support Officer Gavin Edwards, Community Archaeologist Anna Marshall , Interpretation Officer

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New resources for the South Pennines

  • Robin Gray, Project Officer
  • Edie Jolley, Project Support Officer
  • Gavin Edwards, Community Archaeologist
  • Anna Marshall , Interpretation Officer
  • Alyssa Young, Apprentice Ranger, National Trust
  • Jennie Lancashire, Apprentice Ranger, Oldham
  • Charlotte Weightman, Habitat Officer, RSPB
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Stage 2 from April 2010 commence three year project with six programmes of activity plus core team of staff [ including a community archaeologist and interpretation officer].

  • Learning for now and the future
  • Historic Environment – Delving and dividing
  • Interpretation – understanding and enjoying the landscape
  • Inspiration and community engagement– the moorlands as inspiration
  • Access to the Watershed Landscape
  • Natural heritage- the enhancement of landscapes
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Events

  • Riches from the Earth : September 4th at Bracken Hall Countryside Centre ,
  • CSI: Rombalds Moor , November 6th at Church House Ilkley,
  • North of England Raptor Forum , 20th November at Rishworth School
  • Crossing Borders at Hebden Bridge Library , 20th November at Hebden Bridge Library
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Riches from the Earth : September 4th at Bracken Hall Countryside Centre ,

CSI: Rombalds Moor , November 6th at Church House Ilkley,

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Physical works

  • completion of 27 hectares of wildflower restoration by RSPB ,
  • completion of phase one works by United Utilities at Worsthorne,
  • completion of drystone walling work at Turley Holes by Yorkshire Water
  • Approaching implementation on access on the Kirklees Way, Ilkley Moor and National Trust Estate
  • Completion of small scale access works at Scammonden
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Feedback from Heritage Lottery Fund

  • Excellent project management and systems are in place giving confidence that proposed projects will meet identified HLF outputs and outcomes over the course of the programme implementation
  • Action for the core team:
  • 1. Need to develop a project plan to get an overview and pick up where people are at in terms of developing and delivering projects
  • 2. Think about developing outputs and outcomes for the core work areas to demonstrate benefits of the landscape partnership approach
  • 9.Need to make partners aware of their liabilities in the offer letter
  • 10. Ongoing cost of hosting website needs to be factored into the equation
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The first claim to HLF has been successful for £ 49,426.72 of eligible expenditure seeking HLF grant of £ 31,044.92[ 62.81% ]

The second claim £ 88,979 of eligible expenditure [ £ 55,888 HLF award]

BUT: This amounts to 50% of where we should be on projects! WHY?

….still time to catch up in years one, two and three

…..but challenges ahead critically with respect to partners ability to deliver!