We are proud to be supported by a wide range of organisations. Without their support we would not be able to achieve what we have.

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Yorkshire Water

We have been working with Yorkshire Water for the last 2 years when we made our first film for them about a short linear route at Scammonden Water. We've now made several access films for them including at Langsett Reservoir. Yorkshire Water have also made improvements to footpaths, as well as widening and changing gates to create longer routes at our request. We are now delivering a project to engage with local communities on behalf of Yorkshire Water to ensure that more people benefit from their properties and land.

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Natural England

The Experience Community film project began as a volunteer project with Natural England in 2010 at various sites including on the Yorkshire Wolds National Trail along the  Hudson Way Rail Trail. In 2015 Natural England commissioned us to make 5 more films at two of their National Nature Reserves and along the Cleveland Way National Trail. We're proud to work with Natural England and look forward to many more collaborations.

Sustainable Development Fund

Every year, £175,000 is available through the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority's Sustainable Development Fund (SDF) to help fantastic projects, big and small, get off the ground in the National Park. SDF supports schemes that promote a more sustainable way of living in, working in and visiting the National Park, while conserving and enhancing its local culture, wildlife, landscape and communities. SDF has supported Experience Community's work twice to make access films in the National Park and to help purchase a Mountain Trike for our clients.

Kirklees Community Partnerships

Kirklees Community Partnerships is a joint funding initiative by Kirklees Council and the Greater Huddersfield CCG, which has been one of Experience Community's main funders since April 2014. Without this source of funding Experience Community would not have grown into the thriving Community Interest Company that it is today. We hope that we will continue to work with Kirklees Community Partnerships for many years to come.