As discussed in a previous post, there are multiple opportunities for local community groups to obtain grants for heritage-related projects.
As part of the Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership we are keen to promote such opportunities, to empower local communities and to assure a sustainable legacy for the area.
Recently a very useful document has been produced by ‘the East of England Funders’, a group of 24 funding organisations. The resulting brochure highlights the latest information for funding opportunities in the East of England region; this is collated in a handy pdf which can be downloaded here:
Now is actually a good time to apply to get your ideas funded; an extract from the brochure which was launched at a conference held a few weeks ago makes this clear:
The purpose of this short publication is to confirm that despite the current economic
downturn we are still open for business and that funding is available for organisations
and projects that make a real difference to our communities and the lives of local
people. In fact many funders have actually increased the amount of money that they
have available in recognition of the tough times that the sector is facing