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Heritage Lottery Fund. A lasting difference for heritage and people. Funding for Places of Worship The story so far…. Targeted funding for places of worship for over 15 years 2,500 places of worship have benefitted from £231m since 2002 Scheme focused solely on urgent repair needs.

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Heritage lottery fund

Heritage Lottery Fund

A lasting difference for heritage and people

Funding for places of worship the story so far

Funding for Places of WorshipThe story so far…

  • Targeted funding for places of worship for over 15 years

  • 2,500 places of worship have benefitted from £231m since 2002

  • Scheme focused solely on urgent repair needs

Grants for places of worship

Grants for Places of Worship

  • Listed Places of Worship

  • Urgent repairs remain the priority

  • £10,000 - £250,000

  • Retaining a focus on the smaller, single phase projects

  • Up to 15% for works to encourage sustainable use

  • Encouraging wider public access

Gpow outcomes

GPOW Outcomes

2 Outcomes for GPOW:

  • Heritage in better condition (weighted)

  • More people and a wider range of people will have engaged with heritage

Awards in yorkshire and the humber to date

Awards in Yorkshire and the Humber to date

  • 7 Awards

  • £ 1,129,400 awarded

  • Awards to places of worship in East Yorkshire, West Yorkshire and Kingston upon Hull

St charles borromeo hull

St Charles Borromeo, Hull

  • Grade II* listed St Charles Borromeo Roman Catholic Church in Hull

  • Major roof repairs to prevent water ingress and damage to the interiors

  • In addition to repairs, a new guidebook is being produced about the history of the building alongside a website

All saints parish church sherburn in elmet

All Saints Parish Church, Sherburn in Elmet

  • Urgent repairs to glazing and stonework

  • Urgent repairs to severely decayed tower spiral staircase

  • Built on existing work with the community

  • Plans to update the guidebook

  • Volunteers play a vital role

St mary the virgin mirfield

St Mary the Virgin, Mirfield

  • Urgent repairs to its tower, stocks and the serious deterioration of external fabric and stonework

  • History of the church made available on website

  • Guide books, educational packs & special events will be created

  • Enabled the church to continue its important community role

How will it work

How will it work?

  • 4 deadlines a year – open to all grades

  • 12 week assessment

  • Committee decision

  • Retaining two round process

How to apply

How to apply?

  • Online application process

  • Deadlines on the HLF website GPOW page

  • Decisions available following three month assessment

  • For further advice, talk to your local team.

Open programmes

Open programmes

Sharing Heritage

£3000 - £10,000

Our Heritage grants

£10,000 - £100,000

Young Roots

£10,000 - £50,000

Heritage Grants

£100,000 upwards



  • The competition for funds is extremely strong

  • Check you have accessed the correct form.

  • Double check the supporting documentation is for the grant programme you are applying to.

  • Be prepared to resubmit if unsuccessful.

Heritage lottery fund

Yorkshire & The Humber Development Team

Heritage Lottery Fund

4th Floor, Carlton Tower

34 St Paul’s Street

Leeds, LS1 2QB

Telephone: 0113 3888030

Email: y&[email protected]

Website: www.hlf.org.uk

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