Projects we’ve funded
Heritage can be anything from the past that you value and want to pass on to future generations. Explore some of the inspiring projects we’ve funded and help inform your own application.
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Edinburgh Printmakers, leaders in contemporary art printmaking, redevelopment of at risk heritage building, Fountainbridge, Edinburgh
Edinburgh Printmakers looked into the redevelopment of the Castle Mill Works and drew up an activity plan involving the local community.
This group aims to conserve and restore the Leeds to Liverpool Canal and to promote an interest in the use of the Canal. The group now wishes to purchase equipment to extend its range of activities. The grant will fund a digital
Volunteers worked with visually impaired people to develop audio-guided walks and tactile interpretation panels to open up the heritage of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal to new audiences.
A Project To Convert Existing Documents And Research About 19th Century Village Shops, Roads, Water And Sanitation Onto Computer By This Local History Group, An Exhibition Will Be Held At The Village Hall In St Neot, Cornwall, A
A 350-year-old community celebration was documented in full detail to provide a greater understanding of the event’s history, and preserve the tradition for future generations.
The project built on the interest generated through the opening of a new chocolate attraction in York, and a successful pilot project that used postcards to collect memories from those who benefited from the Rowntree legacy.
The memories of Chatham Port Division veterans from the Second World War were recorded and interpreted for future generations.
Young people revealed the personal histories of Belton House Machine Gun Corps training camp.
The Friends of the Anglesey Red Squirrel Trust helped to safeguard this isolated red squirrel population and encouraged people to help prevent its future extinction on the island.
This project ensured that the social history of Graylingwell Hospital was captured as the building was redeveloped into residential housing.