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  • CADW

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    The Welsh Government’s historic environment service working for an accessible and well-protected historic environment for Wales.

  • CADW grants

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  • Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trust

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    The Cambridgeshire Historic Churches Trusts main aim is to provide financial assistance to the parishes of Cambridgeshire, when they undertake repair projects affecting the fabric, fixtures, furniture and ornaments of their historic churches...

  • Catherine Cookson Charitable Trust

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    Grants for religious activities, arts, culture, environment, conservation and heritage.

  • Cello Pilgrimage

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    Helping restore and repair our beautiful parish churches by filling them with music. Churches can book a concert of Bach's Cello Suites and benefit from the proceeds.

  • CEMEX Community Fund

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    Grants to improve or enhance the social, built or natural environment, public space, facility or building for leisure or entertainment, and to improve or enhance buildings or structures of religious, historical or architectural interest. Must be 3...

  • Central Council of Bell Ringers

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    The Council is the representative body for all who ring bells in the English tradition with rope and wheel, the majority of whom practise the art of change ringing.The council also provides information and advice on fund raising; bell...

  • Charles Hayward Foundation

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    Trustees wish to make larger grants to projects of a unique nature and of national importance.

  • Church Urban Fund

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    Grants tackling poverty together to transform the lives of the poorest and most marginalised in England.

  • Cinnamon Network

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    The Cinnamon Network is here to make it as easy as possible for local churches to serve those people most at need in their communities.