National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £3,000 - £10,000
Plymouth - A Century of Women in Power
Applicant: Hoe Neighbourhood Forum
Project description: This project seeks to celebrate the contributions women have made over the last century to Plymouth's identity as the new city emerged from the Three Towns.
Decision: Award Grant of £9,900 (100%)
The Polish University Abroad for all generations II
Applicant: The Polish University Abroad
Project description: This project aims to showcase the research heritage of the Polish community in the UK.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (50%)
THE GREAT EXPERIMENT – Heritage of Indentured Migrations
Applicant: Border Crossings
Project description: THE GREAT EXPERIMENT aims to explore the heritage of indentured labour migrants from South Asian communities in the UK.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (91%)
Stories from the Borough of Portsmouth Mental Hospital during the Great War 1914 -19
Applicant: The Good Mental Health Cooperative
Project description: This project aims to research the archived documentation from the Borough of Portsmouth Mental Hospital (later St. James' Hospital), to explore the transformational impact of WW1 on mental health care and treatment.
Decision: Award Grant of £9,900 (100%)
The Heritage, Impact and Influence of Tai Chi in the UK
Applicant: Freedom International NOW
Project description: This project will research, record and publicise the heritage of Tai Chi Chuan in the UK.
The Hope and Glory Community Project (Revised)
Applicant: Alfie James Productions
Project description: This project will explore what life was like on the home front in Redbridge during WWII.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (90%)
Measuring the Universe: The Transit of Venus and the Cornish Connection
Applicant: Mayes Creative
Project description: This project aims to celebrate the Cornish connection to the 1769 observation of the Transit of Venus.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (73%)
Developing the Secrets of Northwood House Experience
Applicant: Northwood House Charitable Trust
Project description: This project will examine the buried archaeological features of Grade II* listed Northwood House.
‘Because of Them, we Can'
Applicant: Local Media Initiatives CIC
Project description: This film project aims to unearth and celebrate the histories of key individuals from Milton Keynes.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (100%)
Buckingham Community Heritage App
Applicant: Buckingham Town Council
Project description: This project will involve developing an app designed for local residents to learn more about the heritage of Buckingham.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (100%)
Local Heroes - Bromley
Applicant: Pãkiki Theatre
Project description: This project aims to engage schoolchildren and their families about the local history of their area.
Decision: Award Grant of £4,000 (64%)
National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £10,000 - £100,000
Exploring and restoring Oxford's relic wetlands
Applicant: Freshwater Habitats Trust
Project description: This project will connect Oxford’s diverse communities with their local wetlands, providing engagement and learning opportunities particularly for those disconnected from wildlife.
Decision: Award Grant of £36,500 (32%)
A Rather Bewildering Spectacle
Applicant: The New Carnival Company CIC
Project description: This project will share and celebrate Carnival memories from the Isle of Wight; the oldest summertime carnival tradition in the UK.
Decision: Award Grant of £54,000 (85%)
Applicant: HMDT Music
Project description: This project hopes to inspire young people and their communities with the life-stories, contributions and impact of historical women in science, technology, engineering and maths.
Decision: Award Grant of £54,800 (89%)
Applicant: The Conscious Sisters CIC
Project description: This project aims to improve community engagement through history walks, mapping and the creation of 30 local 'clans' based on location.
Decision: Award Grant of £56,800 (88%)
Applicant: Oasis Children's Venture
Project description: Oasis Children’s Venture will partner with the Garden Museum to explore the cultural heritage of African and South American food traditions with communities in North Lambeth.
Decision: Award Grant of £65,100 (87%)
Forging Our Future: Resistance, Change and Leadership in Bristol’s Disability Movement
Applicant: Bristol Disability Equality Forum
Project description: This intergenerational project will research and record the oral histories of Disability Rights activists within Bristol’s Disabled people’s movement.
Decision: Award Grant of £88,600 (100%)
Dursley Tabernacle Memorial Gardens
Applicant: Dursley Tabernacle United Reformed Church
Project description: This project will restore the Memorial Gardens of the Dursley Tabernacle Church and share the stories of William King and Sir Robert Lister buried there to engage young people in heritage.
The restoration and repurposing of All Saints Isle Brewers
Applicant: Isle Brewers PCC and Village Community of Isle Brewers
Project description: Initial building works to All Saints Church funded from a GPOW award in February 2019 reveal that the building fabric is significantly damaged and requires further funding for repairs.
Decision: Award Grant of £99,000 (84%)
Selective Inclusion: African & Asian celebrities in London's 'Vanity Fair' magazine (1868-1914)
Applicant: South Asian Cinema Foundation (SACF)
Project description: This project will look at the backgrounds, accomplishments and contributions of African and Asian celebrities featured in ‘Vanity Fair' magazine from 1868 to 1914.
Decision: Award Grant of £32,600 (100%)
Conserving and Bringing New Audiences to the Cary Ellison Theatre Programme Collection
Applicant: Kingston University
Project description: This project will conserve and catalogue the Cary Ellison Theatre Programme Collection and will mark the beginning of the archive outreach programme.
Decision: Award Grant of £34,000 (36%)
Applicant: St. Mary’s Church Hampstead Norreys PCC
Project description: This project will restore a rare set of 17th century bells in a Grade I listed church and will provide opportunities for people to engage in the community through bell-ringing.
Decision: Award Grant of £39,700 (54%)
Dartmoor, Devon and World War Two
Applicant: MED Theatre
Project description: Engaging young people in research and oral histories, this project will explore the impact of the global crisis of WWII on rurally isolated areas of Devon.
Decision: Award Grant of £40,000 (81%)
Full CIRCLE (Community Integration for Refugees through CuLturE)
Applicant: Groundwork London
Project description: Full CIRCLE will share and record the cultural heritage of refugee communities in Hackney, London. This project will focus on the diverse cultural knowledge of domestic skills, crafts and traditions from some of the fastest growing refugee communities in London, that are at risk of being lost.
Decision: Award Grant of £54,100 (100%)
Connecting People and Places
Applicant: The Stephen Lawrence Charitable Trust
Project description: This project focuses on the people and narratives behind examples of built environment heritage that has been shaped by BAME communities across England.
Decision: Award Grant of £60,400 (100%)
Applicant: Gathering Voices
Project description: This project aims to deliver creative interpretation sessions to enable young people to identify the heritage of Bedminster, Bristol.
Decesion: Award Grant of £62,500 (92%)
Broken Futures: Finding LGBT lives affected by The Labouchere Amendment
Applicant: Support U Ltd
Project description: This project will explore the hidden stories of the 78 men that were prosecuted under The Labouchere Amendment in Reading and Berkshire.
Decision: Award Grant of £75,900 (100%)
Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM): The Heritage and The Legacy
Applicant: Action for Southern Africa
Project description: This project will explore the activities of the British Anti-Apartheid Movement (AAM), 1959–94, so that anti-apartheid memories can be shared with young people in the UK.
Voices of the Earth
Applicant: Global Generation
Project description: This project will explore the origins and medicinal uses of local plants with a programme of creative learning for schoolchildren and gardening events for the local community.
Decision: Award Grant of £97,300 (82%)
Sussex Living Waters
Applicant: The Froglife Trust
Project description: Sussex Living Waters will promote the biodiversity value and cultural heritage of Dewponds in the South Downs National Park.
Museum Cafe at St Alban's Church
Applicant: The Iris Project
Project description: This project aims to create educational trails for adults and children to explore the history of St. Alban’s Church.
Renovation of Kilmersdon Fingerposts
Applicant: Kilmersdon Parish Council
Project description: Kilmersdon Parish Council would like to renovate seven fingerposts within the parish.
Storrington - Then and Now
Applicant: Storrington Local History Group
Project description: This project will enhance the local photography archive by recreating photos from 100 years ago to engage the community with the local physical environment.
Heritag Trail - Interpretation Boards
Applicant: Cullompton Walronds Preservation Trust
Project description: This project aims to create and install three interpretation boards to expand on the Wool Trade Trail.
CELEBRATING HERITAGE OF COCOA IN NIGERIA
Applicant: Friends of Eti-Oni
Project description: This project is an exploration of the cultural tradition of cocoa plantation in Nigeria.
The Bodmin Way heritage participation project
Applicant: Bodmin Way
Project description: This project aims to organise walking and cycling tours around 4 churches in the Bodmin area.
Repairs to Churchyard Wall
Applicant: Bawdrip Parochial Church Council
Project description: The aim of this project is to repair and restore a historic wall surrounding St. Michael and All Angel churchyard in Bawdrip.
Printing industrial heritage preservation and training
Applicant: Gloucester Typesetting Services
Project description: This project seeks to preserve the heritage of monotype whilst providing training for two University students.
BACK2SCHOOL, a South West Primary Schools Intergenerational Project based on Heritage, Traditions and Memories
Project description: Golden-Oldies wish to carry out an intergenerational project focused on past school traditions, games and songs.
Pyramid Mausoleum Restoration
Applicant: St. Thomas a Becket P.C.C
Project description: This project will deliver capital repairs and improvements to a listed monument and the churchyard surrounding it.
Breaking The Code : Binary 101 (Cheltenham's cyber heritage)
Applicant: Cheltenham Borough Council
Project description: Cheltenham Borough Council hope to create a large scale audio visual projection showcasing Cheltenham's cyber heritage.
National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £100,000 - £250,000
Temple Bar Trust - Architectural Gateway to The City of London
Applicant: Temple Bar Trust
Project description: This project comprises the internal refurbishment of Grade I listed Temple Bar and upgrading of the first floor adjoining accommodation in Paternoster Lodge.