|Name||Usu. Size of Grants||Your income range||Can your running costs be covered too?||Type of project sought||Closing Dates||Weblink|
|Heritage Lottery||£100,000 to £2m||?||?||Townscape Heritage schemes help to reverse the decline of our best-loved historic townscapes. Local, regional and national organisations work together to repair buildings in conservation areas and bring them back to life.
Also available from Heritage Lottery:
|David Knightly Trust Pride of Place Awards||£500 – £3,000||?||?||Environment, conservation, heritage
Voluntary organisations only. No funding is available for school landscaping, nature gardens, village halls, churches, or children’s playgrounds.
|Spring||gillbinks AT tesco.net|
|Ironmongers’ Company Grants to Iron Projects||£5,000 (max)||?||Yes||Support is given primarily for the conservation of historic ironwork or the creation of new decorative iron or steel work.||May||Link|
|Leche Trust||£1,500 – £5,000||?||?||
Applicants must be UK registered charities, public authorities or institutions. The Trustees do not accept applications from individuals (except overseas PhD students).
|February, June, October||Link|
|Pilgrim Trust||£1,000 – £50,000||?||?||Our aim is to preserve and promote Britain’s historical and intellectual assets and to provide assistance to vulnerable members of society.We do this by supporting projects where our funds will make the greatest impact. We are also interested in projects where charities are having difficulty in raising funds from other sources.
We aim to be flexible while at the same time staying within our overall priorities.
|Lady Neville Charity||£10,000 (max)||Below £100,000||No||
|Country Houses Foundation||£50,000- £250,000||?||?||
|John & Ruth Howard Charitable Trust||£?||?||?||Archaeology, buildings…||?||Link|
|Trusthouse Charitable Foundation||£?||?||?||Many areas including heritage projects in marine or industrial areas which involve local people and have a demonstrable community benefit.||September||Link|