Partners - Government, councils and public agencies

Alphabetical list of governmental Breathing Places partner organisations | All lists

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The Big Lottery Fund

Responsible for giving out half of the money raised by the National Lottery for good causes, The Big Lottery Fund has worked directly with Breathing Places to support over a thousand community groups with a share of £9.5 million.

Tel: 0845 410 2030

C

Carmarthenshire County Council

Taking care of the Carmarthenshire area of Wales for people and the environment.

Tel: 0845 658 0445

Countryside Council for Wales

Discover the amazing range of wildlife the Welsh countryside has to offer – once you've seen it, you'll want to help protect it.

Tel: 0845 130 6229

D

Department for Education

DfE is a government department, enabling children to make a positive contribution to society and have lives full of opportunity.

E

The Environment Agency

We are an Executive Non-departmental Public Body responsible to the Secretary of State for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and an Assembly Sponsored Public Body responsible to the National Assembly for Wales.

Tel: 08708 506 506

F

Forestry Commission

Woodlands are so important – for our health and future and for wildlife. And this is the government department working to protect them.

Tel: 0845 367 3787

Forestry Commission Scotland

Increasing the value of Scottish forest and woodlands for society and the environment.

Tel: 0845 367 3787

Forestry Commission Wales

Delivering better woodlands for a better Wales.

Tel: 0845 604 0845

Forest Service

Managing and protecting forests across Northern Ireland.

Tel: 028 9052 4480

N

Natural England

Whether you're in town, by the sea or in the countryside, Natural England simply wants you to get out and enjoy nature – it supports wildlife all over the country.

Tel: 0845 600 3078

Newport City Council

Working for the community of Newport to maintain a healthy and greener city.

Tel: 01633 656656

Northern Ireland Environment Agency

Protecting Ireland's beautiful heritage, so your kids can enjoy future generations of wildlife.

Tel: 028 9025 1477

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Scottish Environment Agency

SEPA is Scotland's environmental regulator. Our main role is to protect and improve the environment.

Tel: 01786 457700

Scottish Natural Heritage

Helping you to enjoy Scotland's countryside and wildlife, and making sure it stays healthy in the future.

Tel: 01738 444177

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