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  • A guide to grants

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  • Alan Evans Memorial Trust

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    The Trust will consider giving grants to promote the permanent preservation for the benefit of the nation of lands and tenements (including churches) of beauty or historic interest and as regards land, the preservation (so far as practicable) of...

  • Allchurches Trust

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    Repair a crumbling church spire

  • Anchor Foundation

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    On Sunday 30 April, the peloton of the Tour will slam the brakes on as they navigate the two ninety degree bends in between the church and the Wortley Arms. With stark fresh tarmac, there will be few better locations to catch the colour of the race in momentary slow motion. St Leonards will provide a dramatic backdrop with a huge piece of artwork designed by local children hanging from its tower. I have rung here many times and am delighted that the rest of the world will soon know of the wonders of Wortley too.

  • Architectural Heritage Fund

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    Any donation will help a church and it's community

  • Arts Council

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    The most recognizable church on Anglesey, St Cwyfan's, is popularly known as the Church in the Sea (or eglwys bach y mor in Welsh). Perched on a tiny island called Cribinau and encircled by a sea wall, this simple medieval church dates to the 12th century. It is thought to be dedicated to the Irish St Kevin, who founded the monastery across the sea at Glendalough, Ireland.

  • Asda Foundation

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    Supports a limited number of requests that have the direct involvement from ASDA colleagues.

  • Ashley Family Foundation

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    The trustees wish to focus on the following priorities; support of charitable textiles projects, including small scale community textiles initiatives; support for the arts; support for projects which seek to strengthen rural communities in...

  • Association for Industrial Archaeology

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    The AIA is the national organisation for people who share an interest in Britain's industrial past. It brings together people who are researching, recording, preserving and presenting the great variety of this country's industrial heritage....

  • Awards for All

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    A Lottery grants programme that funds small, community-based projects across the UK. Offers grants of up to £10,000 for projects that improve communities, and the lives of people within them, for voluntary and community groups, parish councils.