CDENT

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CDENTCounty Durham Environmental Trust (UK)
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CDENT has donated pounds 350,000 to help create sufficient hedgerow from Newcastle to Darlington.
John Wearmouth, chairman of CDENT, said: "This is an exciting scheme on a little backland area.
Based in the geological sciences department, they have been appointed as post doctoral research fellows and will work with the group, which is backed by CDENT with pounds 200,000, to investigate waste reduction processes with the aim of reducing our dependence on landfill disposal.
Using money donated by Premier Waste Management 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 schemes which have been helped with small grants.
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.
AS part of its 10th anniversary celebrations, CDENT is investing pounds 550,000 in plans to create a major woodland on the County Durham and Sunderland border.
Subsequently, as part of the Forest of Flowers scheme, CDENT and the charity Landlife sowed swathes of wild flowers in the woods, which produced a riot of colour last summer.
Chairman of CDENT John Wearmouth said: "A vast amount of thought and dedication has gone into the recent improvements, which will be hugely beneficial to the area's wildlife and visitors.
John Wearmouth, chairman of CDENT said: "This park is a gem dating back to the times when there was a working colliery in the village.
The County Durham Environmental Trust gave pounds 120,000 of the pounds 210,000 cost of the project and at the official launch yesterday CDENT chairman John Wearmouth said: "Visitors will now be able to ride behind replica steam engines and look out on to fields reminiscent of those seen by the first travellers on the railways, almost two centuries ago.
Chairman of CDENT John Wearmouth says: "Hannah's Meadow is a gem ( a little bit off the beaten track ( but well worth making the effort to visit.