Food Plymouth and several of our partners, including Plymouth Community Homes, Tamar Grow Local, and lead organisation the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (TVAONB), has been engaging with and informing the development the Tamara Landscape Partnership scheme since April 2017. We are therefore delighted that this exciting initiative has been awarded development funding by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. This is a real endorsement of the potential of this project and the teamwork which underpins it. Providing this potential starts to be realised to a sufficient degree, the 15 month development phase will pave the way to substantial additional funding for the delivery stage.
TVAONB’s James Luxton is spearheading the development work with support from his colleagues and partner organisations, including Cornwall Council as the accountable body for the scheme. Food Plymouth is engaging in the Community and Heritage strands of this multi-faceted project. Watch out for updates and opportunities to engage with the Tamara Landscape Partnership scheme in future editions of this e-bulletin.
Developing Community – Tamara Landscape Partners
In the meantime, the project is seeking talented people to augment the development team please see below for details of these opportunities.