£50 million of funding announced for the Eden Project North in Morecambe, UK


More than 2.1 billion worth of levelling up funding has been set out by the UK government across more than 100 projects across the UK. The projects are designed to create jobs and spread opportunities throghout the UK, part of a mission that was initiated by pervious Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

One of the largest beneficiaries will be the Eden Project North in Lancashire which is set to receive £50 million from the second round of the government’s Levelling Up Fund. Located in Morecambe, the Eden Project North is a revolutionary new development that aims to bring the beauty and wonder of nature to the heart of an urban environment. This ambitious project, led by the Eden Project, a global leader in sustainable living and environmental education, is set to transform the way we think about and interact with the natural world.

At its core, the Eden Project North is a celebration of the diversity and resilience of nature, and the many ways in which it can enhance our lives. From its stunning botanical gardens and lush green spaces to its cutting-edge research and education facilities, this project is designed to inspire and educate people of all ages and backgrounds about the importance of preserving and protecting the environment.

One of the most exciting aspects of the Eden Project North is its emphasis on community engagement and participation. Through a wide range of programs and events, visitors will have the opportunity to learn about and actively participate in the conservation and restoration of local ecosystems, from planting and tending to trees and flowers to monitoring wildlife populations.


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The project will also feature a state-of-the-art research facility, where scientists and experts from around the world will come together to study the latest environmental trends and technologies, and develop new strategies for combating climate change and other pressing environmental challenges.

But perhaps the most striking aspect of the Eden Project North is its commitment to sustainability and regenerative design. From its use of renewable energy sources to its focus on reducing waste and minimizing its ecological footprint, this project is a beacon of hope and inspiration for a sustainable future.

The recently-announced £50 million of funding will help to establish the Eden Project North as a bold and visionary initiative that has the potential to change the way we think about and engage with nature. By fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world, and empowering communities to take an active role in protecting and preserving it, this project is helping to build a more sustainable and resilient future for all of us.


Comments (6)

  1. Pete says:

    A nice piece of levelling up. Why shouldn’t the people of the north be able to have their own Eden Project? It shouldn’t only be a treat for southerners.

  2. Lorraine Berry says:

    It’s almost a pity that there’s so much money up front. Much of the charm of the original Eden Project in Cornwall came from their ability to create a miracle from very limited funds. The ingenuity shown was incredible.

  3. Vernon says:

    From what I’ve seen and read this is one of the more popular projects, I’ve heard a lot of positive comments, while some of the other spending is quite contentious.

  4. Mo says:

    I was in Morecombe today and there was a big buzz around. Everyone has big hopes for the region now.

  5. Sue says:

    Of all the projects announced it seems to me that this is the most popular and least controversial.

    It is a long way from Morecambe to Cornwall and this project will give millions of people a chance to visit who might not have visited the original Eden project down in Cornwall.

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