While Love, Light, Fresh Air and Sunshine are important ingredients in sustaining the Nature Recovery Network (NRN), £sd has also been a vital component in giving the NRN a flying start. The list below shows the parish-wide support for the NRN, and the spontaneous generosity of the NRNs benefactors has enabled it to achieve many things in a short time, despite the pandemic.


Playingfieldsharrow-9861 'You can't have too much Nature Recovery in Progress' says Anne Gingell,
creator of our hand-painted signboards.
Photo Catriona Bass


Donations and grants for the NRN totalled an astonishing £ 20 000 in 2020. It was used to fund the wide range of practical and virtual activities that have been reported on the NRN Mailouts, on Eynsham Online, and now recorded on this dedicated NRN Website, which is the key piece of infrastructure needed to facilitate all the activities of our people-led Nature Recovery Network.

We would like to acknowledge with gratitude the continuing support of:

Natural England
Trust for Oxfordshire Environment and Grundon Waste Management
Oxfordshire County Council Councillor Priority Fund (Cllr Charles Mathew)
West Oxfordshire District Council
Eynsham Society, Eynsham
GreenTEA, Eynsham
Rotary Eynsham
Eynsham Parish Council
Eynsham Morris
Eynsham Carnival
Eynsham Cellars
The Market Garden, Greengrocer and Deli, Eynsham
Evenlode DIY Shop, Eynsham
Long Mead Local Wildlife Site
Long Mead Foundation
Hanna Instruments
iniForum (website)
Donors who wish to remain anonymous as well as the many individuals who give their time and expertise pro bono.
Should you wish to support the Nature Recovery Network through a donation, however large or small please donate by Credit Card here.