Grants and Awards

We take this opportunity to thank the following sponsors for all their help in furthering our aims.

2019

EnBro: Woodland Trail interpretation board

JDM Estate Agents - polo shirts for the conservation work party members

2017

Walnuts Shopping Centre - £1000 for signage on the accessible Woodland Trail

Langford Walker Grosvenor House & the Acorn Group - £323 for updating the pond interpretation board

Petts Wood District Residents Association (PWDRA) - £496 for printing Nature Trail leaflets

EnBro - Nature Trail way markers

2012

Waitrose - Community Matters Initiative at Bromley

 2011

Amity Blinds - Unveiling curtain for Crooked Billet Plaque

Asprey Homes - Light Refreshments for Unveiling ceremony

2010

Capital Community Fund, Grassroots Grants scheme: £3267.60

Petts Wood Residents Association: sponsored the Radar Gate near Tent Peg Lane Car Park

2009

Jolly Good Sports for their help with selling the Orienteering maps

Veolia Environmental Trust:  £4500 for the creation of Ray's pond

2008

Awards for All: £2263 for a Bird Interpretation Board

Give2Give: £600 for new Orienteering Course

Marks & Spencer plc: Refreshments at an evening talk 

2007

Awards for All: £4252 towards tools, display tent and advertising, a woodland management interpretation board and surveying equipment.

Sainsburys Supermarkets: refreshments

Coolings Garden Centre donated several bags of seeds for our bird feeding station.

2006

Barclays Bank plc: £200 for tools

Taylor Woodrow: £1000 for a noticeboard & surfacing of Alan's path

Woodland Trust: £100 for hedge trees

Coolings Garden Centre: donated several bags of seeds for our bird feeding station 

Sainsburys Supermarkets: refreshments 

2005

Awards for All: £1600 for a History Interpretation Board

Give2Give: £500 for tools

Co-op Dividend fund: £335 towards tools

Petts Wood Residents Association: £150 for tools

EnBro £25 towards bootscrapers 










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