Funding for Development through Resilient Heritage – A Lunch Time Briefing

Event Date: 09 November 2016

Wednesday 9 November 2016, 12pm -151 Dale Street.

Do you work in the field of heritage and would like to benefit from money to bring in the expertise to help deliver better projects and generate more income?  If so, LCVS can help you to secure a Resilient Heritage grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to do just that.

LCVS is holding a lunchtime briefing on the new Resilient Heritage grants programme.  Join us here at  to discuss how this funding can make your organisation more fundable, help you plan for the future and deliver better heritage projects for local people.

The 45 minute-long briefing will highlight what this programme can fund and how it can support organisations to build their capacity and undertake strategic change.

There will also be a chance to ask your own questions about the new programme and talk to LCVS staff about how we can help you apply and support you development needs.

A light lunch and refreshments will be available.

To book a place at this event, email . If you are interested in this event but are unable to attend this particular briefing please let us know and we can make alternative arrangements to talk to you.


Q: What is the fund?

A: Resilient Heritage grants through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Q: What constitutes heritage?

A: Heritage includes many different things from the past that we value and want to pass on to future generations e.g. archaeological sites, collections of objects, books or documents, cultural traditions such as stories, festivals, craft, music, dance etc. It also cover natural and designed landscapes and gardens.

Q: How much can you get?

A: There are two levels of funding: £3,000-£10,000 and £10,000-£250,000

Q: What can the fund be used for?

A: The fund can be used for activities that will enable organisations to be better managed, develop skills and make them more resilient.  For example: bringing in expertise to carry out governance reviews, business planning, project design, developing skills of trustees/staff/volunteers, building new formal partnerships etc.

Q:Who can apply?

A: Not for profit organisations and partnerships or consortia led by not-for-profit organisations.

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