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People and the DALES Fundraising Initiative

People and the DALES gives people who don't normally get out into the countryside a chance to do just that. The project is run by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) and has already enabled more than 4000 people from disadvantages groups to learn more about the natural environment and enjoy new experiences and activities in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. ...

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Donations accepted until 31-12-2015

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People and the DALES Fundraising Initiative

People and the DALES gives people who don't normally get out into the countryside a chance to do just that. The project is run by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust (YDMT) and has already enabled more than 4000 people from disadvantages groups to learn more about the natural environment and enjoy new experiences and activities in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Being out and about in the countryside is good for our physical health and well-being. Visiting with a group helps build new friendships and provides new opportunities.

Here at YDMT we are really proud of what we have achieved through People and the DALES. Please give generously to help us continue this pioneering project. Thank you.

Event date

06-February-2014 - 
31-December-2015

Event type

Fundraising

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Event Contact

Key contact
Sarah Brewer
Telephone
015242 51002
Email address
media@ydmt.org

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