Wales: delegated decisions March 2022

Wales: delegated decisions March 2022

Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers to Head of Investment, Wales on 1 March 2022.

National Lottery Grants for Heritage

Seventy Memories for Seventy Years on the Throne

Applicant: Creations of Cymru Film and Media

Project summary: nine month project to deliver a series of 70 short films (14 per area) to commemorate the Platinum Jubilee across five areas of Gwent; Caerphilly, Monmouth, Blaenau Gwent, Newport and Torfaen.

Decision: Reject

Coal and the community of Craig Gwladus Woods

Applicant: Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

Project summary: a two year project to improve infrastructure, facilities and access to heritage at Craig Gwladus Woods.

Decision: Award grant of £181,227 (85.33%)

His story, Her story, Our story

Applicant: Tredegar Park Primary School

Project summary: six month project to explore the history of Newport and the Morgan family by creating a community radio show.

Decision: Reject

The New Plaza

Applicant: Afan Arts

Project summary: 18 month project to produce a film to document the Plaza’s pivotal role in Port Talbot, from its opening in 1940 through to its transformation into a community hub.

Decision: Award grant of £80,834 (100%)

Celtiau Cwm Cynon / Cynon Valley Celts

Applicant: Cymoedd Creadigol CIC

Project Summary: project using local and Celtic history to engage and support young people from Rhondda Cynon Taf who are at risk of exclusion from mainstream education, and provide opportunities to improve wellbeing and skills.

Decision: Award grant of £191,870 (100%)

We are more! The Roma of Newport, South Wales

Applicant: Romani Cultural & Arts Company

Project summary: Project to bring the personal stories, current culture and community heritage of the Roma community in Newport, South Wales to life.

Decision: Reject

Citizen Curators: Preserving the heritage of Mencap Local groups across Wales

Applicant: Royal Mencap Society

Project summary: oral history project for parents/carers, people with learning disabilities and staff within three local groups across Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Chepstow.

Decision: Award grant of £99,500 (73.86%)