Grants of between £200 to £10,000 are available for projects that conserve, enhance, celebrate or increase understanding of the historical and natural landscape of the Stories in Stone area.
What types of projects are considered?
- Protection, restoration and enhancement of historical built features and archaeological remains
- Habitat restoration and creation
- Educational activities and materials on historical or ecological themes
- Enhanced public access to built and natural heritage
- Interpretation of landscape features, geology, built and cultural heritage, and flora and fauna and their habitats
- Surveying, recording and monitoring of built and natural heritage
- Investigating and recording the human history of the area, including oral histories
- Initiatives to train and develop people’s heritage skills.
So far, 32 projects have had funding approved. Visit the Heritage Grant project pages to read more:
Current approved projects
Who can apply?
We welcome applications from voluntary and community groups, landowners, farmers and parish and town councils.
Our final application closing date is 7 January 2020.
You can download the guidance and application form here:
Heritage grant guidance
Heritage grant application form
Get in touch
If you have a project idea that you'd like to have an informal chat about then please contact Chris Lodge, Stories in Stone Project Officer, 015242 51002.