Wales: delegated decisions May 2023

Wales: delegated decisions May 2023

Schedule of decisions under delegated powers taken at meeting on 2 May 2023.

National Lottery Grants for Heritage schedule of decisions

Rhondda Heritage / Treftadaeth Y Rhondda

Applicant: Rhondda Radio Ltd

Project summary: The creation of a physical heritage trail, spanning Rhondda, in several distinct 'stations', a hybrid training programme, upskilling volunteers in several areas including storytelling, interviewing and content editing.

Decision: Award grant of £85,008 (100%)

Gwrando a Dysgu Gyda'n Gilydd - prosiect Ysgol Gynradd

Applicant: Golden-Oldies

Project summary: A one-year project aiming to bring groups of older people and children together to work on intergenerational projects across South Wales, based on the broad theme of 'Listening and Learning'.

Decision: Award grant of £31,700 (90.065%)

Our Cardiff Heritage Project

Applicant: Cadwyn Housing Association Ltd

Project summary: To amplify the voices of Butetown residents in a bid to platform, share and celebrate the heritage of its residents.

Decision: Award grant of £8,500 (85%)

Carmarthenshire LGBTQ+ Heritage

Applicant: CETMA Ltd

Project summary: Gather stories from the people that make up the LGBTQ+ community, collate all of the LGBTQ+ heritage together and celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month in February 2024.

Decision: Reject

Sesiwn Werin Tŷ Tawe

Applicant: Menter Iaith Abertawe

Project summary: Re-launch Tŷ Tawe's folk music sessions. It will introduce monthly folk music sessions in the Tŷ Tawe Welsh language centre, one for adults and a separate session aimed at children.

Decision: Award grant of £3,800 (100%)

Tiger Bay, Cardiff Bay giving the story new life

Applicant: The Heritage & Cultural Exchange

Project summary: A two-year project to expand the reach of the archive, and deliver a range of targeted activities and events which will be co-produced with the community, volunteers, and other stakeholders.

Decision: Award grant of £98,000 (100%)

Heritage Comes Alive At Bailey Hill

Applicant: Grass Under Foot C.I.C.

Project summary: A small company of three professional actors and a guide will bring the story of Bailey Hill vividly to life from the Norman conquests, through the battles for Welsh independence, via world wars to the present day.

Decision: Award grant of £9,993 (100%)

Henry V commemoration and community engagement

Applicant: Monmouth Town Council

Project summary: Reconnect the residents of Monmouth with their connection to Henry V in the 600th anniversary year of his death, as well as promote this important aspect of the town's visitors.

Decision: Award grant of £10,000 (91.91%)