Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers to Head of HLF North East on 31 January 2019
1. Tyneside Irish Cultural Society Heritage Centre
The proposed project would enable the establishment of a more accessible archive with a measure of improved interpretation of its content.
Applicant: Tyneside Irish Cultural Society
2. The Old Low Light Sharing Heritage Project
The project will create five exhibitions on North Shield's fishing heritage and the town's connections to international slavery.
Applicant: The Net North Shields
3. The ancient hazel
This one year project seeks to build public involvement in nationally important semi-natural ancient woodland sites around Saltburn.
Applicant: Saltburn Valleys CIO
Decision: Award grant of £7,900 (100%)
This 18 month project aims to involve volunteers and people with autism in the creation of a traditional orchard
Applicant: North East Autism Society
Decision: Award grant of £65,800 (68%)
2. History of Coanwood, Featherstone, Lambley and Hartleyburn, Northumberland
This two-year project will aim to collate historic information on the settlements of Coanwood, Featherstone and Lambley in the South Tyne Valley.
Applicant: Coanwood Featherstone Lambley History Group
3. Norman Cornish Centenary Celebration
This fourteen month project will celebrate the anniversary of Norman Cornish's birth through a programme of exhibitions and engagement activity
Applicant: Durham County Council
First World War
1. The First Remembrance Day 1919
The project aims to carry out research, undertake visits and create an exhibition focused on the impact that the First World War had on the people of Sandyford in Newcastle
Applicant: St Catherine's RC Primary School
Decision: Award grant of £10,000 (100%)
2. Post-War Women
This project will help young people understand the impacts of the First World War through a short series of educational workshops
Applicant: Cap-a-Pie Engagements
Decision: Award grant of £9,900 (100%)
1. Blanchland Abbey Project
This 10 month project will begin the process of giving the heritage associated with Blanchland Abbey a sustainable future by increasing capacity and skills within the community.
Applicant: Blanchland PCC
Decision: Award granted of £41,200 (98%)
2.2020 Vision: Securing a future for nature in a climate of change
This one year project seeks to diversify sources of income to Northumberland Wildlife Trust, with a particular focus on increasing capacity at the Trust's visitor centres.
Applicant: Northumberland Wildlife Trust Ltd
Decision: Award grant of £85,300 (89%)
1. To serve King and Country: from 1914 to 2018 – Teesdales First World War Legacy
Applicant: Bowes Museum
Decision: Grant Intervention Rate ‘Agree change in grant percentage from 62% to 72%.