Would you like the chance to win £100 worth of Amazon vouchers?
The Tamara Landscape Partnership team would like to hear your views on the Tamar Valley, and as a thank you for your time you will be entered into the prize draw.
Tamara is a scheme that aims to provide a brighter future for the Tamar Valley and its communities by making the landscape more robust and less susceptible to a range of pressures, through a programme of 12 individual, interconnected and substantial projects.
Project Manager, James Luxton says, “Tamara will work with farmers, landowners and communities to manage landscapes that are rich in wildlife, as well as cultural and historic heritage; help improve access to special places and promote ways for people to enjoy the landscape whilst improving their health and wellbeing.”
The Tamar Valley AONB team received initial National Lottery support* for the Tamara Landscape Partnership project in October 2018.
Development funding of £180,000 was awarded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help the Tamar Valley AONB and its 34 partners progress their plans to apply for a full National Lottery grant of £2.3million in September next year.
To help with their plans towards this, the Tamara team would like to find out more about who is visiting the Valley and what the barriers may be that are currently stopping other people from enjoying this special place.
Your answers, whether you live, work or play here daily, or have never visited before, will help to shape the projects to ensure they work for everyone.
On completion of the questionnaire, you will be entered into a prize draw for a chance to win £100 worth of Amazon vouchers.
To complete the survey, hosted by The South West Research Company, please visit www.tamarvalley.org.uk and follow the links on the home page. The deadline for completing the survey is Tuesday 31st December 2019.
For further details on the Tamara Landscape Partnership, please visit www.tamarvalley.org.uk and click on Projects, or call 01822 835030.
* National Lottery Heritage Fund grant applications over £250,000 are assessed in two rounds. The Tamara Landscape Partnership project has initially been granted round one development funding of £180,000 by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, allowing it to progress with its plans. Detailed proposals are then considered by The National Lottery Heritage Fund at second round, where a final decision is made on the full funding award of £2.3million.