If a Heritage Funding Directory entry is incorrect, requires an update, or you would like to manage your own fund entry to ensure it is always up to date, please contact the Architectural Heritage Fund.
The Heritage Alliance, a registered charity set up in 2002, is the largest coalition of heritage interests in England. Its membership of over 100 heritage bodies represents the active, often voluntary, commitment of over 7 million people and reflects our heritage in all its diversity: ships and trains, cathedrals and chapels, country houses, historic mills and homes, canals, archaeological remains and gardens.
The Alliance acts as a powerful independent voice for England’s heritage. We bring the knowledge and experience of our members into policy-making. We build capacity amongst members to champion and engage with heritage through events and on-line resources by taking forward initiatives to strengthen the financial resilience of the independent heritage sector and by promoting and embracing partnership opportunities.
Find out more at www.theheritagealliance.org.uk.
The Architectural Heritage Fund is a registered charity, working since 1976 to promote the conservation and sustainable re-use of historic buildings for the benefit of communities across the UK, particularly in economically disadvantaged areas. We are the leading heritage social investor and the only specialist heritage lender operating in the UK.
Where a building is listed, scheduled, or within a conservation area or of acknowledged historic merit – and potentially involves a change of ownership and/or use – we can help with our advice, development grants or loans to projects that have the potential to deliver substantial social and economic benefits where they are needed most.
In just the last year alone we have supported over 140 projects ranging geographically from Cornwall to the north of Shetland, and spanning chronologically from a 12th century former hospital building to a 1960s former seminary.
Find out more at www.ahfund.org.uk.
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