Project Name
Deerpark Farm 

Business name (name of lead applicant)
BJ Howlett & Sons

Town (location)

Summary of proposal inc. proposed outputs
Creation of a wildlife rich and bio-diverse habitat within a 3 acre meadow with spring fed pond feature, offering spread permissive access, educational, health and wellbeing resource. Furthering the opportunities of local walkers to explore alternative linear permissive paths within historic mining sites, linking with an established route (known locally as Apple Way) with the main Discovery Trail, planting of a small community fruit orchard.

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Total Project Value (£)

Farming in Protected Landscapes Funding awarded (£)

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