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  • Paths for All - Ian Findlay Path Fund

    Created: 18/08/2022

    Paths for All has opened its new Ian Findlay Path Fund, which aims to enable more people to walk, wheel or cycle for their everyday journeys to improve air quality, reduce CO2 emissions and improve physical health and mental wellbeing.

    Applications are open on a rolling basis and community groups, third sector organisations and charities are eligible to apply for between £10,000 and £100,000.

    Activities which can be supported include:

    • the removal of barriers, steps, ramps or vegetation;
    • linking community destinations by filling in path connectivity gaps;
    • tackling flooded sections of paths to increase climate change resilience;
    • adding lighting to make paths safer, especially at night or in winter;
    • improving sight lines; and
    • upgrading desire lines. 

    For more information, visit the Paths for All website or contact the team at [email protected].

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