National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £3,000 - £10,000
7 November 2019
Dick Whittington Storytelling and Heritage Plaques
Applicant: Story Storks Heritage
Project description: In this project Story Storks Heritage will research which route Dick Whittington is likely to have taken to London and create an interactive storytelling lesson.
Decision: Award £9,900 (100%)
Unconcealing Ealing: find the heritage of Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club
Applicant: The Ealing Trailfinders Foundation
Project description: This project hopes to explore the heritage of Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club and to work with local schools.
Decision: Award £8,800 (100%)
Bere in Mind – Personal recollections of life in and around the Bere Peninsula, Devon
Applicant: Tavistock Area Support Services
Project description: This project aims to share the heritage of Bere Peninsula through archiving, oral histories and community volunteering.
Creating digital teaching resources for creative work on the heritage of Lyme Regis
Applicant: Lyme Regis Development Trust
Project description: This project aims to educate the local community into greater awareness of the local environment and how it has evolved.
Decision: Award £9,800 (100%)
Our Finsbury Story
Applicant: St Luke’s Community History Group
Project description: The project will capture and share the spirit of local residents of the old Finsbury area.
Decision: Award £10,000 (100%)
Southwark Splash - Mayflower 400
Applicant: It’s All About The Music
Project description: This project is aimed at Southwark primary school students who will take part in creative activities to mark the 400th anniversary of the Mayflower's journey to America.
National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £10,000 - £100,000
Pasty Mural - Community Heritage Project
Applicant: Callington Town Council
Project description: This project aims to refurbish and preserve Callington’s pasty mural.
Decision: Award £24,900 (96%)
Holy Trinity church, Mile End: Restoring to Use
Applicant: Epainos Ministries
Project description: This project is the first phase of a larger project that will restore the church building and bring it back to use.
Decision: Award £85,400 (81%)
Cremyll Maritime Guild
Applicant: Lynher River Barge CIC
Project description: The project aims to transmit the skills of conserving and maintaining historic vessels to a wider range of people.
Decision: Award £98,500 (87%)
Akademi at 40 – archiving 40 years of Akademi’s South Asian dance heritage
Applicant: Akademi South Asian Dance UK
Project description: This project aims to widen awareness of Akademi’s role in redefining South Asian dance in the UK through preserving, digitising and cataloguing.
Decision: Award £98,700 (78%)
St Paul’s Community Access Project
Applicant: St Paul’s Church
Project description: This project will undertake improvements to the church to create a wheelchair friendly access route.
Decision: Award £73,400 (44%)
Housmans: 60 years of books and activism
Applicant: On The Record
Project description: This project will record, preserve and share the rich heritage of Housmans and Peace House through collection and creation.
Decision: Award £87,500 (100%)
The Secret Factory
Applicant: Wessex Heritage Trust
Project description: This project will engage 22 young people in local heritage.
Bentley Priory’s Battle of Britain & Cold War Bunker: Defending Britain from Nazi & Nuclear Threats
Applicant: Bentley Priory Battle of Britain Trust
Project description: This project will explore the heritage of RAF and WAAF veterans who worked at Bentley Priory during WWII and the Cold War.
Applicant: Leon Robinson
Project description: A 12-month project exploring the WW1 contribution of Black soldiers, service and civilian personnel, especially focusing on the impact Black entertainers had on the war effort.
Decision: Award £99,900 (100%)
Welcome to Britain! Volunteer involvement in the reception of Ugandan Asian migrants, 1972/3
Applicant: The India Overseas Trust
Project description: This project will explore the stories of volunteers that welcomed the South Asian expellees from Uganda under Idi Amin's rule.
Rebel Dykes History Project - Sharing archive through digital resource and exhibition
Applicant: Rebel Dykes History Project
Project description: This project will collect, preserve, and explore the history of the Rebel Dykes LGBTQ social justice and liberation movement.
Decision: Award £45,900 (100%)
Wrington Thru the Lens
Applicant: Wrington Village Association
Project description: The project aims to research the social and industrial heritage of Wrington and create a digital archive of Wrington’s past.
Bazalgette’s London: East & West
Project description: Engaging with schools and new organisations, this project will celebrate Joseph Bazalgette's 200th birthday.
Decision: Award £49,000 (96%)
Rebellion and Protest – Performance (based on the History/Heritage of protest in Devon)
Applicant: Doorstep Arts
Project description: This project aims to create research opportunities for young people to explore history, heritage and action in South Devon.
We Are Here – Photographing and Documenting the Windrush Citizens of Waltham Forest
Project description: A project to create 50 new photography portraits, documenting citizens of the 'Windrush' generation who made their lives in Waltham Forest, which will form an exhibition at Vestry House Museum
Decision: Award £50,700 (84%)
Resilience fund application
Applicant: Bridport Area Development Trust (BADT)
Project description: This resilience project will enable a financially sustainable future for BADT.
Decision: Award £86,200 (100%)
Bringing Brighton Fishing Museum to Life: Stories from the Sea
Applicant: Brighton Seafront Heritage Trust
Project description: This project will enhance the public's understanding of, and engagement with, Brighton's seafront heritage.
St Nicholas Day 2019
Applicant: Romani Slovak Czech Community CIC
Project description: The project wishes to explore and celebrate the Eastern European tradition of St. Nicholas Day.
Repairs to Ifield Watermill waterwheel and associated machinery
Applicant: Crawley Museums CIO
Project description: This project will restore the mill and enable it to restart flour production.
Richmond Brass Winter Season
Applicant: Richmond Brass Band
Project description: This project is to support the winter season performances of the Richmond Brass Band.
Arlington History Project
Applicant: Arlington Futures
Project description: This project will investigate the residents' rich history of Arlington House, one of a series of working men's hostels built by Victorian philanthropist Lord Rowton.
Applicant: Analema Group
Project description: A project to collect oral histories regarding noise pollution in Southwark and North Kensington and create a film to preserve this aspect of contemporary heritage.
Applicant: Waltham Forest Race Equality Council (WFREC)
Project description: This project will engage communities through cultural activities. It will involve immigrants, asylum seekers and refugees in the co-creation of art-based activities.
Celebrating Bangladeshi Urban and Rural Heritage
Applicant: Tas Centre Limited
Project description: This project will create four events to foster integration and celebrate the cultural traditions of Bangladeshi communities in Redbridge.
Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow – 50 years at Islington Boat Club
Applicant: Islington Boat Club
Project description: This project will recognise and remember the efforts gone into establishing Islington Boat Club through events to mark the golden anniversary.
VR Windrush 20/20
Applicant: The Creative Skills Foundation
Project description: Using virtual reality equipment and technology, this project will share the history of African-Caribbean communities.
Bath Artists’ Studios Archive, Celebration and People’s Resource
Applicant: Bath Artists’ Studios Limited
Project description: This project aims to train volunteer researchers to collect, manage and create a new people’s history archive.
Truro River Oyster Boats – Shadow 1868-70
Applicant: Christopher Ranger
Project description: This project to restore the Truro River Oyster Boat ‘Shadow’ and teach skills to sail the vessel.
National Lottery Grants for Heritage: £100,000 - £250,000
5 November 2019
Diversity through Digital: Widening Access to Archaeology
Applicant: Museum of London Archaeology
Project description: Through a volunteer programme, this project aims to engage more people with the history of London through the archaeology of the Thames.
Branch Line Miniature Railway Learning Centre
Applicant: The Branch Line
Project description: This project aims to create a learning centre to provide a base for the heritage of miniature steam locomotives.
Promoting the preservation and appreciation of the UK’s heritage craft skills
Applicant: New Brewery Arts
Project description: This project aims to improve the resilience and public profile of New Brewery Arts.