Wales: delegated decisions July 2019

Schedule of Decisions under delegated powers to Head of Investment, Wales on 25 July 2019.

National Lottery Grants for Heritage

Pioneers of Steel

Applicant: Enbarr Foundation CIC

Project description:  A 12 month project to research and interpret the steel heritage of Deeside and the John Summers (steel) building.

Decision: Reject          

Engaging the community with butterflies and moths in Wales

Applicant:  Butterfly Conservation

Project description:  An engagement activity based project to enable more people to understand the importance of moths and butterflies in our environment 

Decision: Reject

The impact of second-wave feminism on working-class women in post-war Newport

Applicant: Reality Theatre CIC

Project description:  This project will tell the stories of the feminist movement and women living in post-war Newport from the 1960s - 1980s.

Decision: Award Grant of £10,000 (100%)

Talybont on Usk: Celebrating the Past, Connecting with the Present, Looking to the F

Applicant: Henderson Hall Trust

Project description:   A programme of events and activities to mark the 50th Anniversary of the opening of Henderson Hall in the rural village of Talybont on Usk.

Decision: Award Grant of £9,600 (91%)

Resilience and sustainability at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Applicant:  The Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales 

Project description:  The project is an options appraisal linked to a staff development programme, focused on improving the Visitor Centre, infrastructure and ancillary buildings at the Teifi Marshes nature reserve, Pembrokeshire

Decision: Award Grant of £9,900 (99%)

Goodshed School Resource

Applicant: Llanelli Railway Goods Shed Trust

Project description:   To raise an awareness and increased understanding of the industrial and maritime heritage of the town over the last 250 years

Decision: Award Grant of £8,700 (90%)

Carreg Martha

Applicant:  Women’s Archive of Wales

Project description:  This project will recognise the life of Martha Hughes Cannon in her home town of Llandudno, by crating both a monument and providing interpretation of her life.

Decision: Reject

St Tathan Church Tower

Applicant:  St Tathan Church, St Athan, Barry

Project description:  Carry out repair and restoration works to the church tower.

Decision: Reject

Urgent repairs to Penuel, a two star listed Welsh language Baptist church in Rhymney

Applicant:  Penuel Baptist church

Project description: Urgent and immediate repairs to the rainwater goods to protect and sustain this Grade 2* listed Welsh language chapel

Decision: Reject

Heritage Mural

Applicant: Artegen

Project description: Repair and restore 2 mosaic murals which depict Pontypool's industrial history, whilst producing bilingual information boards to support the murals

Decision: Award Grant of £18,400 (90%)

Exploring, Investigating and Preserving the Photographic Archive of Blaenau Gwent

Applicant:  Cymru Creations

Project description:  Led by young people (11-25), this project will explore and showcase Industrial Heritage of Blaenau Gwent through photographic records

Decision: Award Grant of £23,000 (96%)

Bridewell Common Land Acquisition

Applicant:  Gwent Wildlife Trust

Project description:  Purchase land in Bridewell Common to expand ownership and protect the Gwent Levels for future generations.

Decision: Award Grant of £57,800 (40%)

Bagillt Foreshore - Past and Present

Applicant:  Flintshire County Council

Project description:  Bagillt Foreshore Past and Present aims to enhance the condition of the area's heritage through undertaking habitat management and hold public volunteering, training and heritage related events.

Decision: Award Grant of £39,300 (68%)

Bringing the Eglwys back to life for Heritage and the Community

Applicant: Cyfeillion Eglwys Newydd Aberdaron

Project description: Conduct repairs to Eglwys Newydd

Decision: Reject