Happy Birthday Stepping Stones 21 this year!
The Stepping Stones Project has been running since 1992 and represents a partnership working in the parishes surrounding Leicester that aims to improve greenspace and make high quality Green Infrastructure available to all.
- Stepping Stones Project is a partnership funded by:
- Leicestershire County Council
- Blaby District Council
- Charnwood Borough Council
- Harborough District Council
- Hinckley and Bosworth Borough Council
- Oadby and Wigston Borough Council
A Walk in the Woods - Celebrate Living Streets National Walking Month by joining Eric Porter of the Woodland Trust on a stroll around Martinshaw Wood near Ratby and Groby/ - 6.00pm on the 9th May - Call for booking and more information.
Connecting People and Wildlife Grant - If you have a community environmental project and need some funding then call us. The deadline for this grant is the 31st July.
Rural Skills Training and Events(opens 460KB pdf)
Stepping Stones Annual Report (250KB pdf)
Chalara dieback of ash (will direct you to the Forestyr Commission Chalara information pages)
“Green infrastructure is the network of green spaces and natural elements that intersperse and connect our cities, towns and villages. More than this, it is a holistic approach to viewing the natural environment that acknowledges the multiple benefits and vital functions it provides for the economy, wildlife, people and communities alike.” (Leicestershire Community Strategy)
Page Last Updated: 17 June 2008