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The Midlands & East of England is steeped in rich heritage. The region is home to vibrant cities and cultural hubs, picturesque countryside and iconic waterways. Its varied history ranges from the birthplace of William Shakespeare to the industrial Black Country.
Get inspired: see below for some of the organisations and communities we have funded.
Contact us with your ideas or find out more about getting funding for your project.
We are fully operational and open for business, but we are conducting much of our day-to-day business remotely.
This means we are unable to access our post. In the interim, please send any items via email to your contact or via email: MidlandsandEast@heritagefund.org.uk.
Telephone: 0115 8576763 (Monday to Friday, 9am–5pm)
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East of England
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Our funding workshops and advice sessions are a great opportunity to find out about our funding, get tips on how to make a good application, and network with other organisations from your area. See our upcoming events below.
Helping You Apply: Grants for £3,000 to £10,000
Do you have an idea for a heritage project, but aren’t sure about applying for funding?
We're hosting an online informal webinar that will take you through who we are and what we fund, information about our outcomes, how to apply for a grant (between £3,000 and £10,000), and offer some top tips.
Find out more and book your free ticket for 24 May 2022 at 1:00PM.
One-to-one funding advice sessions for Walsall
Our National Lottery Grants for Heritage programme is open, and we are looking for applications from Walsall, one of our Areas of Focus. Walsall has received less funding from us in the past, so we are providing extra support to help groups from the area apply for grants.
Book onto one of our free advice sessions if you would like to discuss your heritage project ideas or ask any questions. The advice sessions are online informal one-to-one chats with members of our Engagement Team. They can last up to 50 minutes and are available throughout the day.
Upcoming dates available for booking:
- Tuesday 7 June
To book, please enquire via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or you can call 01922 619840.
The University of Leicester provides opportunities for children to explore and think about British imperial history at National Trust Houses.
This iconic building has been brought back to life and is now inviting people to #SeeTheCityDifferently.
Buxton Crescent in Derbyshire reopened on 17 May 2021 following a major National Lottery funded restoration project.
Mewn perygl difrifol o gael ei golli, bydd gerddi gaeaf hanesyddol diwethaf y DU sydd wedi goroesi yn derbyn grant o bron i £10 miliwn fel rhan o Grantiau Treftadaeth Gorwelion.
Rydym wedi dyfarnu mwy nag £8 miliwn i'r prosiect arloesol hwn sy'n mynd i'r afael â newid yn yr hinsawdd, allyriadau carbon, colli bioamrywiaeth ac iechyd meddwl a llesiant pobl ifanc.