Grants Available to Restore the UK’s Industrial Heritage – 31st March 2019 (UK)

Grants up to £20,000 are available for the restoration of important industrial buildings, structures, machinery, vehicles and vessels within the UK. Grants can be made to not-for-profit organisations such as trusts, charities and CICs and are for capital funding only.

Applications will usually relate to a single, tangible structure or artefact and the grant is to be used as partnership funding, the applicant being in the process of or having already raised matching funding from their own resources, fund raising, or other grant award.

Applications should be submitted on no more than 4 sides of A4 paper and cover all the areas outlined in the Guidelines.

The closing date for applications is the 31st March 2019.

Previous projects funded include:

  • A grant of £6,790 for the further restoration of the Danzey Green Windmill at the Avoncroft Museum of Buildings.
  • A grant of £20,000 for the restoration of the derelict Bowbridge Lock on the Thames & Severn Canal by the Cotswold Canal Trust.
  • A grant of £2,000 towards the cost of rebuilding of a wagon weigh bridge.

https://industrial-archaeology.org/aia-awards/restoration-grants/?dm_i=1T5M,5E18I,B4VNTW,KUU87,1

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