CDENT

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CDENTCounty Durham Environmental Trust (UK)
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"A lot of what has been done will be of significant and lasting benefit for generations to come," says John Taylor, CDENT company secretary and executive officer.
Darlington Council countryside officer Rob George said: "Thanks to the support of CDENT we can improve the walkways, interpretation boards and offer a more diverse selection of habitats within the reserve.
CDENT chairman John Wearmouth said: "This award is wonderful news.
Funding of pounds 30,000 has been secured through a CDENT PREMIER Award under the Landfill Communities Fund.
Clive Davies, regional director of North East Community Forests, said: "We would like to thank Thompson's of Prudhoe and County Durham Environmental Trust (CDENT) landfill tax scheme, for jointly funding this initiative that will benefit the local environment and the people who live, work and visit Darlington."
With the help of organisations like the County Durham Environmental Trust (CDENT) and Hadrian Trust, the Woodland Trust has raised more than pounds 1m towards its pounds 1.5m target for the site.
It has been taking shape at Beamish Museum thanks to funding from the County Durham Environmental Trust (CDENT).
County Durham Environmental Trust (CDENT) has contributed towards the cost of a comprehensive restoration project at South Moor Memorial Park near Stanley, County Durham.
The pair's work on the group, set up by the university with support from the County Durham Environmental Trust, CDENT, will be to explore sustainable waste management.
The County Durham Environmental Trust (CDENT), which has allocated over pounds 10m to 300 local projects since its formation in 1997 wants to hear about new initiatives in need of support.
Using money donated by the Premier Waste Management Company under the Government's Landfill Communities Fund, CDENT has supported projects ranging from a pounds 550,000 woodland development to a variety of nature and biodiversity programmes, green environmental improvements, cycling and footpath initiatives and many other community-based schemes which have been helped with smaller grants.
Chairman of CDENT, John Wearmouth, said: "The Spennymoor community garden will add an extra dimension to this enterprising theatre restoration and will be an asset to all who visit the centre of Spennymoor."