National Lottery Grants for Heritage £3,000 - £10,000
The story of Great Ayton's High Street through the eyes of pollinators
Applicant: Moor Sustainable CIC
Project description: Bring together the community and existing village groups to enable residents and visitors to learn about the development of Great Ayton and engage in discussions around planting and green spaces.
Decision: Award Grant of £9,900 (100%)
St Michaels Feasability Study
Applicant: Hudswell Community Charity
Project description: Undertake an options appraisal and feasibility study to determine a viable new use for the recently redundant Grade II Listed St Michael and All Angels Church in Hudswell.
Field of Memories
Applicant: Bradford City FC Community Foundation
Project description: An 11-month project that will recruit a Project Manager and volunteers to undertake an oral history project recording fans’ memories of the ground and produce a film.
Stamford Bridge Heritage & Youth Centre
Applicant: Stamford Bridge Sports Hall Association Ltd
Project description: Create a heritage focused area as part of the development of the Old Station House into a community facility which will include a youth centre, heritage area, café and car park.
Hall Road Heritage
Applicant: Hall Road Academy
Project description: Purchase heritage books and resources, provide school visits to heritage projects and undertake community activities such as walking tours, workshops and speakers.
United in Sports Initiative
Applicant: United in Sports Initiative
Project description: The project will focus on the heritage of sport, food and the arts relative to the diverse communities that UiSI works with.
Brindle cold war bunker
Applicant: Brindle cold war bunker
Project description: Restore and renovate the Brinscall Cold War Bunker.
The Muni Memory Map
Applicant: Pendle Leisure Trust
Project description: This is a six-month consultation project which will aim to capture the public's memories and feelings towards The Muni, which operates as an entertainment/arts venue.
Decision: Award Grant of £8,200 (80%)
HOME BREW HERITAGE
Applicant: Homes for Ulverston CLT LTD
Project description: Record the histories of former staff and customers of Hartley's Brewery, carry out archival research and produce a website, publication and interpretation.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (91%)
Applicant: Rule of Three Arts Ltd
Project description: The ten-month intergenerational project will engage people with the history of children’s games and outdoor play in the post-war years in Bootle in Sefton, Merseyside.
Decision: Award Grant of £9,900 (100%)
Celebrating our Heritage
Applicant: Edo Diaspora UK CIC
Project description: This six-month project will focus on the culture of Edo people living in Manchester, specifically on dress and story telling, and will involve two community events.
Forest School Outdoor Classroom
Applicant: St Nicholas Primary School
Project description: Build an outdoor classroom so the school can increase and enhance their provision for forest school sessions.
Applicant: Penrith and Eden Museum
Project description: PEM will engage older people, people with dementia and young people with collections to create an exhibition and series of wellness boxes.
Decision: Award Grant of £4,300 (100%)
Restoration of Mount Farm Way pond
Applicant: Friends of Mount Farm Way Pond
Project description: Carry out restoration work on Mount Farm Way Pond, Ellesmere Port.
Local Community Historical Association
Applicant: Friends of the Carnegie Library Castleton
Project description: Create a local history hub within the Carnegie Library.
Meadow Well Matters
Applicant: Meadow Well Connected
Project description: Deliver a heritage learning programme to engage a wider audience in better understanding their local heritage, identity and the impact of significant events in recent decades on the community.
Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (100%)
Leadgate's Industrial Past
Applicant: Digital Voice for Communities
Project description: Deliver a learning programme to engage people in better understanding the local heritage of the Consett area.
Decision: Award Grant of £9,000 (82%)
Community Bell Restoration
Applicant: St. John's Bell ringers, St. John's Church, Shildon
Project description: Train and develop the art of bell ringing to all age groups from the age of 10 years.
Basic employment skills and alcohol & drug abuse workshops
Applicant: RCCG Living Faith Sunderland
Project description: Purchase five computers to provide basic employment skills training such as basic computer training and CV writing
Applicant: The Customs House
Project description: Deliver an international quality, but locally led, outdoor contemporary arts event over three nights in October 2019.
National Lottery Grants for Heritage £10,000 - £100,000
Black Waters Heritage project (BWH)
Applicant: Phoenix Dance Theatre
Project description: Work with young people across Leeds to create a co-curated exhibition and digital educational resource showcasing the shared heritage of multi-cultural Britain.
Decision: Award Grant of £55,800 (100%)
Setso Sa Rona (OUR CULTURE)
Applicant: Umoja Community Support (UCOS)
Project description: Deliver intergenerational activities and create an online archive of oral histories
Smile! Reporting Tameside's Social History
Applicant: Tameside Local Studies and Archives
Project description: Digitise, catalogue and share the photographic archive of the Tameside Reporter dating from the 1950s–2000s.
Decision: Award Grant of £49,900 (83%)
St Mary's Church dry rot treatment and repairs project, Phase 2
Applicant: St Mary's Church PCC Wallsey
Project description: Secure the historic fabric of one of the last remaining open listed buildings in Liscard, Wallasey, addressing a significant repair issue in an otherwise well-maintained church.
Decision: Award Grant of £97,600 (100%)
Applicant: Manchester Nile Valley Conservation and Education Network
Project description: Record and share the oral histories of Ugandan migrants now living in Greater Manchester, focusing on the traditions surrounding births, initiations, marriages and deaths.
Decision: Award Grant of £39,900 (100%)
Keep the Lion Dancing
Applicant: Wai Yin Society
Project description: The project will engage groups of young people to explore traditional Fujian and Canton Chinese festivals and highlight their significance to Manchester's Chinese communities.
Applicant: Migrants Union
Project description: Record the memories the Windrush generation who have lived in the UK (Manchester, Preston and Stockport) and their descendants.
Decision: Award Grant of £90,400 (100%)
Applicant: Knowsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Project description: Engage local people in a series of research and training sessions to better interpret the Elizabethan heritage of Prescot in Knowsley.
Decision: Award Grant of £50,800 (91%)
Positive Oldham Music Cultures
Applicant: Mahdlo Youth Zone
Project description: Celebrating music heritage and different cultural musical styles through providing a range of learning, participation and exploration opportunities for young people.
Decision: Award Grant of £56,600 (83%)
Metropolitan Perspectives: Sharing heritage, building futures
Applicant: Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool
Project description: The project will improve the visitor experience at the Cathedral by providing new interpretation and self-guided tours and by increasing diversity within its volunteer team.
Decision: Award Grant of £91,800 (100%)
Applicant: Tees Valley Wildlife Trust
Project description: Establish baseline data for local species and their habitats to improve future land management and influence the design of an upcoming national strategy.
Decision: Award Grant of £67,000 (93%)
Applicant: Headliners UK
Project description: Collect stories from people across Tyne and Wear to highlight their collective experiences of how migration has shaped their new, emerging and established communities and perspectives.
Decision: Award Grant of £99,200 (93%)
METRO2020: Moving Stories from 40 Years of the Tyne and Wear METRO Transport System
Applicant: Newcastle University
Project description: Create an accessible archive to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Tyne and Wear Metro's first passenger journey and engage wider audiences with its significant social and engineering heritage.