Each quarter we publish Our Bright Future highlights. Here are the latest ones:
15 Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust 22
16 Middlesbrough Environment City 12
21 Lancashire Wildlife Trust (19)
The Green Futures project held a final youth summit in July with a celebration theme! They made lanterns, collages, went caving, debated rewilding Ingleborough and removed 500 plastic tree guards.
In partnership with Middlesbrough Football Club and National Citizen Service, 23 young people volunteered nearly 400 hours as part of the One Planet Pioneers project.
Four of the MyPlace Lancashire Youth Council members attended the Conservative Party Conference to speak with Ministers, they also had the opportunity to meet with The Wildlife Trusts CEO Craig Bennett.
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3 Belfast Hills Partnership (52)
10 National Trust (11)
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Belfast Hills Partnership staff helped young scouts at the local community hall to create a cold frame planter out of recycled bottles for plants to grow in.
The National Trust’s Green Academies Project helped more than 100 young people to gain qualifications in subjects including conservation and land management.
With support from Grassroots Challenge Randalstown Young Farmers’ Club have received a Green Flag Eco Club Award from Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful!