National Lottery Grants for Heritage
Pop Art Design Heritage
Applicant: DANAD Design Foundation
Project description: This project will record and share the heritage and story of DANAD Design.
Corby Estates Revisited
Applicant: Corby Community Arts Association Limited
Project description: The project aims to explore the heritage of Corby’s estates from 1950s onwards by conducting oral histories and making information accessible to the wider public.
The Way Forward
Applicant: Stebbing PCC
Project description: This project will carry out works to St Mary’s Church, Stebbing and deliver community activities.
Applicant: Gospel Link 360
Project description: This project will create eight documentary films focusing on gospel music heritage collecting stories and creating profiles of key people and artists in the fraternity in Birmingham.
Decision: Award £52,000 (100%)
Regenerating the late Anglo-Saxon church at Great Hale
Applicant: St John The Baptist Parish Church, Great Hale
Project description: This project has been designed to increase the use of the church by removing damaged woodwork and flooring, improving accessibility and developing interpretation of the site's natural and built history.
Decision: Award £52,700 (61%)
A future for St Wilfrid’s Church, Alford & Exploring the Heritage of Anne Hutchinson
Applicant: St Wilfrid's Church Alford
Project description: This project is for necessary repairs and new-build capital works, alongside a schedule of unusual and relevant engagement activities.
Building the Future: Repairing the Past
Applicant: Haveringland Parochial Church Council
Project description: This project will carry out urgent repairs and improvements to expand the use of the building beyond its current use of services and some community activity.
Berrington Walled Garden
Applicant: The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty
Project description: This project aims to restore a significant curved wall garden and engage the local community.
Applicant: Retired Caribbean Nurses' Association (Bedford)
Project description: This project will support volunteers to record around 20 oral histories from retired nurses of Caribbean descent.
Decision: Award £74,100 (99%)
BWAS: celebrating its past; finding its new future
Applicant: Birmingham & Warwickshire Archaeological Society
Project description: This project will explore the future sustainability of Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeological Society.
Decision: Award £31,200 (90%)
Repair and restoration of Church bells in St Peter and St Paul Church, Preston, Rutland
Applicant: Preston PCC
Project description: This project will restore the set of seven bells from St Peter and St Paul Church, Preston in Rutland, along with training and community activities to engage more people in bell-ringing.
Decision: Award £21,900 (81%)
Applicant: Sporting Communities CIC
Project description: This project aims to document and celebrate the mining heritage of North Staffordshire.
In search of the Women’s Land Army around Leek, Staffordshire Moorlands
Applicant: Borderland Voices
Project description: This project will deliver intergenerational activities which explore stories from the Women's Land Army in Leek.
Decision: Award £46,300 (97%)
BATIC Wildlife and Nature Ambassadors
Applicant: The BATIC Trust
Project description: This project will work with children from 16 schools to explore how the local natural environment has changed since 1970. Activities include workshops, class research and school trips.
The Atherstone Hatter's Celebration Garden
Applicant: North Warwickshire Borough Council
Project description: This project will create an outdoor hatting museum at Meadow Street Gardens, Atherstone.
Decision: Award £46,200 (83%)
Restoring Coventry Synagogue
Applicant: Toorji Ltd
Project description: This project will restore Coventry Synagogue and bring it back into use as a faith, cultural and community centre.
Eastnor Church Restoration and New Facilities Project
Applicant: Parochial Church Council St. John the Baptist, Eastnor
Project description: This project will deliver a programme of repairs, upgrade works and activities to the Church of St. John the Baptist in the village of Eastnor in Herefordshire.
Decision: Award £100,000 (35%)
Applicant: Kids in Communication
Project description: This project will engage intergenerational members of the community in Darlaston, in the focus area of Walsall, featuring photographs, audio clips, blogs and oral histories to create an interactive digital “mosaic”.
Decision: Award £9,700 (100%)
A lesser told history of Bournville
Applicant: Avery Fields Community Sports Trust
Project description: This project will explore local people’s history of Bournville Village Primary School and Bournville Rugby Club. Both of these were founded by the Cadbury family over 100 years ago as part of the Bournville Model Village in Birmingham.
Village Sign and Brother Cross Plaque
Applicant: Burnham Overy Parish Council
Project Description: This project aims to produce and install a village sign, interpretation board and plaque.
We Dig Wollaton Geophysical Survey Training
Applicant: Trent and Peak Archaeology
Project description: This project will run a 'We Dig' training week, training participants in geophysical surveying and create a display of findings to be on public show at Wollaton Hall.
Decision: Award £10,000 (100%)
100 Years of Sporting Heritage for Ladies Hockey in Belper
Applicant: Belper Meadows Community Sports Club
Project description: This project will explore and celebrate the history of ladies hockey in Belper, Derbyshire in their centenary year.
Decision: Award £5,300 (49%)
Diss Organ Festival 2020
Applicant: Mechanical Music Museum Trust
Project description: This project celebrates the heritage of mechanical organs, from 16th-century water organs to the 19th-century ‘penny in the slot’ variety.
Decision: Award £4,500 (56%)
The history of Coventry's childhood games
Applicant: FUTURES THROUGH SPORT C.I.C.
Project description: This project will engage young people to explore historical childhood games played in Coventry and Warwickshire.
Decision: Award £9,400 (99%)
Hadstock 1020-2020: A Thousand Years in the Life of a Village
Applicant: Parochial Church Council of St Botolph's Hadstock
Project description: This project will deliver activities to celebrate the 1,000 year anniversary of St Botolph’s Church, Hadstock.
Decision: Award £7,200 (65%)
Wreningham Tales and Trails
Applicant: Wreningham Heritage Group
Project description: This project will celebrate and share the heritage of the village of Wreningham, Norfolk, using material collected and researched by the Wreningham Heritage Group.
Decision: Award £3,300 (100%)
Deepings Community Library - a community resource for all
Applicant: Friends of Deeping Library
Project description: This project will explore options for improving access, enhancing the building's heritage features and becoming a better base for learning and literature in the community.
Decision: Award £10,000 (52%)
Promotion & Enjoyment of Kingstanding Heritage
Applicant: New Heights Warren Farm Community Project
Project description: This project will engage a range of young volunteers in heritage designing walks and leaflets.
Decision: Award £9,900 (100%)
Tales of the Showman
Applicant: Sandwell Museum Service
Project description: This project will collect oral histories and ephemera from travelling “showmen” and document their changing role and the development of funfairs over the past 150 years.
Decision: Award £5,300 (64%)
A people's history of Stourbridge RFC
Applicant: Stourbridge Forsports
Project description: This project will explore the heritage of Stourbridge Rugby Football Club, which dates to 1876.
Decision: Award £9,800 (100%)