Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers to Head of The National Lottery Heritage Fund East Midlands on the 21st February 2019
Grants for Places of Worship
Roof repair All Saints Middleton Cheney
All Saints Church, Middleton Cheney, is a Grade I, 14th Century Church located in Northamptonshire, to the east of Banbury. This project will repair and replace roofs and rainwater goods. Activities will include an enhanced website, produce an app and book and participate in Heritage Open Days.
Applicant: All Saints Church PCC, Middleton Cheney
Decision: Award grant of £204,100 (67%)
The story behind Edgar Mobbs's Sportsman’s Battalion
This project will research and interpret a lesser- known part of Northampton’s heritage.
Applicant: Northampton Saints Foundation
Decision: Award a grant of £62,100 (78%)
Inspiring Bosworth- creating a heritage legacy in the battle landscape
This is a schools and communities based project to research and investigate the archaeological and landscape heritage relating to the Battle of Bosworth.
Applicant: Leicester Shire Promotions
Decision: Award a grant of £38,900 (93%)
Digging the Dirt - Cultivating heritage with the gardeners and communities of St Anns Allotments
This project focusses on underexplored themes of social history that helped shaped the St Ann’s Allotments.
Urgent repairs to Church Tower and Church rainwater system
This project will undertake repairs to St John the Baptist's Church, a Norman- period Church.
Applicant: Church of St John the Baptist Little Stretton
The Wellow Heritage Research and Interpretation Project
This project aims to research the heritage of Wellow and promote the heritage through activities.
Applicant: Wellow Church Schoolroom
Essential Works, re-branding, Heritage Exhibition, Improved Community Spaces and Activities at Milford Social Club
This project will repair the Milford Social Club heritage building and create an exhibition on the buildings heritage.
Applicant: Milford Social Club
The Butchers of Bolsover
This project would enhance the heritage offered to local people and visitors to the area, offering an insight into how Bolsover was self-sustaining.
Applicant: Adrian Wilkinson
Robin Hood Terrace, Campbell Grove and The promenade, Nottingham
This project will explore the Victorian social housing and lives of tenants, sharing the heritage of listed buildings within the St Ann’s area.
Applicant: Nottingham City Homes
Decision: Award a grant of £8,200 (100%)
Derbyshire Creative Heritage Conference - How to Develop a Resilient Derbyshire Heritage Sector
This project will organise a conference focused on the theme of resilience with the heritage sector.
Lincolnshire Wolds Churches Festival
This project will create an annual churches festival. It will co-ordinate the opening of churches, chapels and meeting houses in the rural Lincolnshire Wolds.
Applicant: National Churches Trust
Decision: Award a grant of £7,700 (41%)
Discovering Donisthorpe - A Snapshot of times
This project will work with young people to identify the heritage of Donisthorpe.
Applicant: Donisthorpe Youth Club
Decision: Award a grant of £7,800 (93%)
Sharing Heritage in Ewerby: restore the Reading Room and share the village heritage
This project will replace Ewerby Reading Room’s woodworm- damaged floor, research village history and establish an archive in the building.
Applicant: Ewerby Village Hall
This project will focus on engagement with schools and new interpretation, raising awareness of the heritage of the local waterways.
Applicant: The Mighty Creative
First World War: Then and Now
Belper in Wartime - Sacrifice Memorial & Education Programme
This project is to install a steel memorial in the War Memorial Gardens and carry out associated heritage engagement activities to remember the local men who lost their lives in World War 1.
Applicant: Belper In Wartime (Sacrifice)
Resilient Heritage (£10,000-£250,000)
Securing the Future
This project will build the capacity of Elvaston Castle and Gardens Trust over the next five years.
Applicant: Elvaston Castle and Gardens Trust