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National Lottery Heritage Emergency funding

— 09 Jun 2020


Grade II listed Halsway Manor received a grant from the NLHF for repairs


Repairs to the historically important Grade I listed St Margaret’s Church, Northam were funded by a NLHF grant


One of the many church tower and spire repair projects in the south west which have been partially or wholly funded by the NLHF


Jonathan Rhind Architects’ work to stabilise, repair and conserve the Bearland Ventilation Chimney, a Scheduled Ancient Monument, was only possible thanks to the NLHF

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In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the National Lottery are offering two Emergency Heritage Funds to help support those in need.

There is in depth information on eligibility, assessment criteria and the application process on the HLF website, but here is a brief summary of the key points: 

  • Funding from £3,000 to £50,000 or £50,000 to £250,000 is available
  • The scheme currently runs until 30th June 2020
  • Only not-for-profit organisations will be considered
  • The applicant must be the owner, manager or representative of heritage or deliver heritage activity
  • Applicants must be a current or previous recipient of an HLF grant

Our Architects have helped numerous organisations apply for Heritage funding in the past. If you think you may be eligible for this Emergency fund and need advice or help with the application, we are available to chat through your options. Please do give us a call or drop us an email.

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