Historic England creates a £ 2m emergency fund

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A building curator who works at St. Peter & # 39; s Castle Park in Bristol

A building curator who works at St. Peter & # 39; s Castle Park in Bristol

In response to its survey of the effects of the corona virus on those working in the cultural heritage field, historic England set up a £ 2m emergency fund last Friday to help small cultural heritage organizations, volunteer groups and self-employed contractors during and after that time to support the pandemic.

Organizations can apply for two grants until midnight on May 3rd. Funds of up to £ 25,000 are available for those who need to troubleshoot cash flow problems. Projects set up to provide information and resources to preserve heritage sites, including churches, during the crisis can apply for a grant of up to £ 50,000. Funding will start in mid-May.

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