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  1. What is heritage? Activity Can you use the objects to guess the heritage focus of the projects?

  2. Countryside and Nature

  3. Museums, Records and Archives

  4. Designed Landscapes

  5. Historic Buildings and Sites

  6. Industrial, Transport and Maritime

  7. Cultures and memories

  8. Who do we fund? Public and not-for-profit organisations such as: • Community or voluntary groups • Youth clubs or organisations • Charities or trusts • Faith organisations • Parish councils or local authorities Also: • Private owners in cases of clear public benefit

  9. What we look for – Project Outcomes This is the difference your project will make with HLF funding. The change made for: • Heritage, • People, and/or • Communities. Outcomes will be proportionate to the level of grant you apply for. Some outcomes will be weighted; however, you should tell us which ones you want to achieve.

  10. Outcomes for…

  11. Outcomes within your project

  12. Our grant programmes:

  13. Sharing Heritage£3,000 - £10,000 • One, short application form • Decision in 8-10 weeks • No minimum partnership • funding but some • contribution welcome • minimum of • - one outcome for people.

  14. Our Heritage£10,000 to £100,000 • One, short application form • Decision in 8-10 weeks • No minimum partnership • funding but some • contribution - in cash or in kind • Minimum of • - one outcome for heritage • - one outcome for people • Mentors

  15. Heritage GrantsGrants of £100,000 and over • Two round application process for all Heritage Grants • Minimum of one outcome for each heritage, people, communities • Partnership funding required; • 5% for grants under £1 • million and 10% for grants • over £1 million • Our local committee make • decisions on awards between • £100,000 and £2 million

  16. First World War: then and now£3,000 - £10,000 • One, short application form • Decision in 8-10 weeks • No minimum partnership • funding but some • contribution welcome • minimum of • - one outcome for people

  17. Young Roots Grants for £10,000 to £50,000 • Projects delivered by 11–25 year olds for up to 2 years • Short application form, decision • within 8-10 weeks. • Delivered through partnerships of • heritage and youth organisations • No minimum partnership funding but • some in cash or in kind • Mentors

  18. Grants for Places of Worship • Grants of £10,000 to £250,000 for listed places of worship • Two round application process • Urgent high level structural repairs e.g. towers, spires, roofs • Repairs to historic fabric at risk of imminent loss • Community facilities and engagement

  19. Digital Policy • We now have some specific requirements for all projects that involve producing something in a digital format e.g. website, phone app, digitised archive • This is not a new programme • For more information see our website http://www.hlf.org.uk/HowToApply/furtherresources/Pages/Newdigitalpolicyandrequirementsfordigitaloutputs.aspx

  20. Our Website: www.hlf.org.uk • Online enquiry and application forms • Guidance • Case Studies • Information about your local area • Press Releases • E-Bulletin • Features

  21. Contact Us Laura Birkett 0121 616 6883 BirkettL@hlf.org.uk Catherine Kemp 0121 616 6882 catherine.kemp@hlf.org.uk Grosvenor House, 14 Bennett's Hill, Birmingham, B2 5RS