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Charity Commission for England and Wales
Analysis of Grants Made
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30/03/2022 £175,000 £19,046 NORTH LEEDS LEOPARDS RUGBY LEAGUE CLUB Funding under Sport England's RFL World Cup Legacy Funding funding programme for a Capital project titled CreatedBy RLWC. This project is a Rugby League project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
30/03/2022 £10,000 £94,219 MOSS SIDE FIRE STATION BOXING CLUB CIO Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Boxing.
30/03/2022 £5,952 £828,546 CLOAKHAM LAWN SPORTS CENTRE Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
30/03/2022 £5,000 £47,087 WORTLEY RUGBY UNION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Lighting Solution. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
30/03/2022 £5,000 £112,885 TITANS COMMUNITY FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
30/03/2022 £4,526 £275,270 THE WALKER CRICKET GROUND Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
29/03/2022 £180,000 BIRCOTES AND HARWORTH COLLIERY RECREATIONAL TRUST Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Clubhouse Extension. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
29/03/2022 £150,000 £1,365,166 JUBILEE HALL TRUST Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Refurbish/upgrade the health and fitness club. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
29/03/2022 £40,000 £406,053 BACKWORTH MINERS WELFARE Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Permanent Cricket Nets. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
29/03/2022 £15,000 £13,128,386 YMCA ROBIN HOOD GROUP Funding under Sport England's Places to Ride Facilities Programme funding programme for a Capital project titled Places to ride. This project lists its main activity as Cycling.
27/03/2022 £1,500 OLD BRENTWOODS CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
25/03/2022 £400,000 £285,285 TYNE & WEAR ARCHIVES & MUSEUMS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £124,957 £1,921,285 KIRKLEES THEATRE TRUST National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £244,996 LONDON WILDLIFE TRUST National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £125,000 £6,664,672 GREATER MANCHESTER ARTS CENTRE LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £180,000 £147,994 ARTS AND HEALTH SOUTH WEST National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £135,000 £234,995 IGNITE IMAGINATIONS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £245,000 £2,246,608 ACTIVE COMMUNITIES NETWORK LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £220,000 £797,200 BASSETLAW COMMUNITY AND VOLUNTARY SERVICE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £490,000 £2,455,110 TULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY TRUST National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
25/03/2022 £116,100 £604,446 BRASS BANDS ENGLAND National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
24/03/2022 £150,000 £25,129 CORTONWOOD MINERS WELFARE SCHEME Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Creation of Sporting Hub for the Local Community. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
24/03/2022 £11,895 £73,941 ROKT FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Sport participation and capacity building.
24/03/2022 £9,890 £67,439 PRAVASI MANDAL Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 New Roof for Outdoor Activity Area. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
24/03/2022 £4,300 £24,936 LEEDS AREA RIDING FOR THE DISABLED ASSOCIATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Replace Field Shelter. This project lists its main activity as Equestrian.
24/03/2022 £3,445 £377,029 PARK LANE STABLES RDA Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Field Shelter Replacement. This project lists its main activity as Equestrian.
24/03/2022 £3,140 £26,663 HOUNSLOW COMMUNITY ROWING TRUST Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Roof Boat Changing & Ergo. This project lists its main activity as Rowing.
24/03/2022 £3,000 £232,781 BARN ELMS SPORTS TRUST Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Repair of Tennis Fence. This project lists its main activity as Rackets.
24/03/2022 £2,500 £286,100 HELE VILLAGE COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Exercise & Fitness.
24/03/2022 £98,335 £1,012,039 NOTTINGHAM MUSIC SERVICE In Harmony is a national programme that aims to inspire and transform the lives of children in deprived communities, using the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making.
24/03/2022 £98,335 £10,608,000 THE ROYAL LIVERPOOL PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY In Harmony is a national programme that aims to inspire and transform the lives of children in deprived communities, using the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making.
24/03/2022 £98,335 £16,480,165 OPERA NORTH LIMITED In Harmony is a national programme that aims to inspire and transform the lives of children in deprived communities, using the power and disciplines of ensemble music-making.
24/03/2022 £30,000 INCLUSION IN ARTS UK LIMITED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
24/03/2022 £2,480 ALFRETON CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Damage . This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £2,209 KIRKHEATON CRICKET & BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Cricket Nets and Bowls Shelters. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £2,162 MYTHOLMROYD CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Flood and storm repairs. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £2,000 BLETCHLEY RUGBY CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Rugby Posts. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
24/03/2022 £1,961 ESHER RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB LTD Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 repair goalposts and roof. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
24/03/2022 £1,950 HALL BOWER CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,861 AEQUUS ARCHERS Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Damage Repairs. This project lists its main activity as Archery.
24/03/2022 £1,842 HORRINGTON CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,800 TEIGNMOUTH RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22- damage recovery. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
24/03/2022 £1,750 EARLS COLNE TENNIS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: fencing repairs. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
24/03/2022 £1,745 £70,324 ELISABETH CURTIS CENTRE RIDING FOR THE DISABLED Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Fencing/Tree Surgeon. This project lists its main activity as Equestrian.
24/03/2022 £1,735 ILLINGWORTH ST. MARY'S CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 Repairs to Scorebox, Fencing and Sightscreen. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,650 KEARSLEY CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,600 LITTLE BERKAMSTED SAHIBS CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 New Sightscreen. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,500 WINDERMERE, AMBLESIDE AND DISTRICT ANGLING ASSOCIATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Angling.
24/03/2022 £1,450 ADDINGTON VILLAGE CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Net and sightscreen repairs. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,413 MUCH HADHAM BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Fencing repairs. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
24/03/2022 £1,100 RASTRICK CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Repair water damaged ceiling. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,050 SHEFFIELD CANOE CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Slalom Course Repairs - River Don. This project lists its main activity as Canoeing.
24/03/2022 £1,000 COLTISHALL CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Cricket Sightscreens. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,000 GOATACRE CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Safety Net Storm Damage Repair. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,000 AMBERGATE CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Clubhouse cleaning and mower repair. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,000 ST. NEOT TAVERNERS CC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Refurbishment of Cricket Covers. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £1,000 LAURELS CROWN GREEN BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 damage to shelter. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
24/03/2022 £700 NORWICH DRAGONS HOCKEY CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Replacement Storage Shed. This project lists its main activity as Hockey.
24/03/2022 £500 PAIGNTON RUGBY CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Clubhouse Repairs. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
24/03/2022 £500 ACTON CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Acton CC. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
24/03/2022 £500 BARNSTAPLE UNITED SERVICES BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Damage. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
24/03/2022 £300 RINGWOOD BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Repair Fencing. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
23/03/2022 £299,000 £102,530,515 THE FOOTBALL FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's Football Multisports Transition Plan (PlayZones Programme) funding programme for a Revenue project titled Strategic Mapping Framework & Community Engagement Toolkit. This project lists its main activity as Association Football.
23/03/2022 £8,888 £123,113 STEVENAGE SPORTING FUTURES TEAM Funding under Sport England's School Games Organisers funding programme for a Revenue project titled School Games Organiser. This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
23/03/2022 £8,888 TRINITY ACADEMY HALIFAX Funding under Sport England's School Games Organisers funding programme for a Revenue project titled School Games Organiser. This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
23/03/2022 £373,800 £6,311,437 FILM LONDON To support the British film industry with a range of activities, such as development, production, distribution, exhibition and education
23/03/2022 £105,485 THE LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/03/2022 £25,000 £40 NORTH LONDON JEWISH WOMEN'S DRAMA GROUP National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/03/2022 £7,615 £1,159,350 THE CHIPPING NORTON THEATRE LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/03/2022 £30,000 £177,694 MANDALA THEATRE COMPANY CIO National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/03/2022 £17,900 £30,445 COMPANY PARADISO National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/03/2022 £22,046 £282,029 THE FLYING SEAGULL PROJECT National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/03/2022 £42,087 THEATRE SPACE NORTH EAST CIO National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/03/2022 £24,899 £29,163 WELL PROJECTS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
22/03/2022 £8,888 ISLEWORTH AND SYON SCHOOL Funding under Sport England's School Games Organisers funding programme for a Revenue project titled School Games Organiser. This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
22/03/2022 £8,888 ISLEWORTH AND SYON SCHOOL Funding under Sport England's School Games Organisers funding programme for a Revenue project titled School Games Organiser. This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
22/03/2022 £45,000 £520,219 AREBYTE GALLERY National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
22/03/2022 £410,000 £20,678,068 COVENTRY CITY OF CULTURE TRUST We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/03/2022 £15,000 £70,114 BELPER MEADOWS COMMUNITY SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Flood Damage. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £13,200 £893,562 LAMBOURNE END LTD Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Rebuild Archery Shelter. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £11,250 £116,686 FRIENDS OF PELICAN PARK Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Pelican Park Storm Damage - Facilities. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £6,242 £25,557 MARSDEN CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Repairs Fencing, Score Box and Mobile Covers. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £4,500 HULLBRIDGE SPORTS Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £2,969 £109,085 REHABILITATION, EDUCATION AND ASSESSMENT CENTRE FOR HIPPOTHERAPY (REACH) Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Round Pen and Gate Repairs. This project is a Equestrian project, with a focus on beneficiaries with a disability.
21/03/2022 £2,482 RICHINGS PARK LAWN TENNIS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
21/03/2022 £2,255 WETHERBY CASTLEGARTH TENNIS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
21/03/2022 £2,200 SPELTHORNE SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Dugout, Sight Screens, Stands. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £2,170 FELLING CRICKET CLUB C.I.C. Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Storm Damage Repairs. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £2,034 SAWBRIDGEWORTH BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Storm Fencing Repair. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
21/03/2022 £2,000 THURROCK HARRIERS ATHLETICS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Long jump cover and disabled toilet. This project lists its main activity as Athletics.
21/03/2022 £1,943 STANTON HARCOURT CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £1,925 TARGET FOOTBALL CIC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Ball Strike Netting. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £1,900 TURNERS HILL CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Training Cage and Artificial Wicket. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £1,700 £47,940 STABLE LIVES Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Repairing fencing around charity compound. This project lists its main activity as Equestrian.
21/03/2022 £1,700 SHIPTON UNDER WYCHWOOD CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 sight screen repairs. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £1,500 ROBINSON BOWLS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 repairs. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
21/03/2022 £1,500 WINDMILL ANGLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Clear Storm Damage. This project lists its main activity as Angling.
21/03/2022 £1,429 SHEFFIELD & PHOENIX UNITED CC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM22 - Batting Cage. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £1,428 CEDE FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £1,350 BURNMOOR CRICKET, LAWN TENNIS AND FOOTBALL CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 New tennis court fencing. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
21/03/2022 £1,279 BULLCROFT MAIN CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Pitch Repair. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £1,113 UNIVERSITY OF HERTFORDSHIRE Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £1,100 PHOENIX MIND, BODY & SOUL CIC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 Windows replacement. This project lists its main activity as Boxing.
21/03/2022 £1,050 THE CONNAUGHT CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Restoration of to tennis courts perimeter fencing. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
21/03/2022 £823 FRIARS GATE ARCHERS Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Replacement Archery Target. This project lists its main activity as Archery.
21/03/2022 £631 £15,566 BRADFORD AND BINGLEY CANOE CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Canoeing.
21/03/2022 £600 DOWN HATHERLEY CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Cricket Nets Matting. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
21/03/2022 £400 MARPLE HALL SCHOOL Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22- Replace Damaged Sports Storage Equipment. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
17/03/2022 £30,000 GIFT National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
17/03/2022 £112,024 £1,444,715 THE NATIONAL HORSERACING MUSEUM £1.6bn invested in the key arts and culture infrastructure organisations in England for a 4 year period
17/03/2022 £25,771 £374,706 CARTWHEEL ARTS LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
17/03/2022 £2,414 THE UNIVERSITY OF YORK The Heritage Protection Commissions provides funding for strategic research and to build skills and capacity in our historic environment. The research funding from this scheme helps us to know what our historic environment comprises, which aspects of it are the most significant, how people value and interact with it, and what innovations in science and approach will help us to look after it for the future.
16/03/2022 £800,000 £6,311,437 FILM LONDON To support the British film industry with a range of activities, such as development, production, distribution, exhibition and education
16/03/2022 £85,000 £1,761,468 THE STORY MUSEUM This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/03/2022 £10,000 £52,373,157 PAUL HAMLYN FOUNDATION We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
16/03/2022 £202,883 NOTTINGHAM CASTLE TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/03/2022 £15,000 HENDRED SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
15/03/2022 £4,080 £24,930 GOATHLAND COMMUNITY HUB AND SPORTS PAVILION CIO Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Batting cage, repairs to quoit pitch and drainage. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £2,500 £28,103 CHALKDOWN GROUP RIDING FOR THE DISABLED ASSOCIATION Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 A New Field Shelter for RDA. This project is a Equestrian project, with a focus on beneficiaries with a disability.
15/03/2022 £26,250 £314,089 LEIGH BUILDING PRESERVATION TRUST LIMITED The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
15/03/2022 £29,950 £416,138 NORTH CRAVEN BUILDING PRESERVATION TRUST The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
15/03/2022 £16,750 £188,435 MANCHESTER HISTORIC BUILDINGS TRUST The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
15/03/2022 £27,800 £147,498 EXETER HISTORIC BUILDINGS TRUST The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
15/03/2022 £19,200 £91,277 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ALL SAINTS EALING The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
15/03/2022 £2,300 BASILDON AND PITSEA CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £2,000 OAKAMOOR CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £2,000 ILKLEY LAWN TENNIS & SQUASH CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
15/03/2022 £2,000 HANGING HEATON CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Cricket Net. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,794 WIGSTON TOWN CC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 - Replacement sightscreen. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,647 PIRBRIGHT CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22- Sight Screen and Batting Cage damage. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,530 BROXBOURNE SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,500 WEST HERTS SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Replacement Sight Screen due to storm damage. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,260 FIVE WAYS OLD EDWARDIANS CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 - Replace Damaged Sight Screen. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,150 HEADSTONE MANOR CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Covers and net. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £1,150 PARKWOOD LAWN TENNIS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22- Nets/Court Screens Eunice damage. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
15/03/2022 £1,000 ELSTEAD CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22- Practice Nets Replacement. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £935 £375,238 SWINGS & SMILES Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 New fence. This project is a Adapted Sport project, with a focus on beneficiaries with a disability.
15/03/2022 £850 AMBLESIDE BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Bowls storage shed. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
15/03/2022 £671 ARMADILLOS CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 Fencing repairs. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
15/03/2022 £500 PLYMOUTH MARJON UNIVERSITY Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 Floodlight repair. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
14/03/2022 £50,000 £691 GOETHE-INSTITUT LONDON We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
14/03/2022 £80,000 £589,341 HARROGATE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/03/2022 £173,648 £2,623,575 THE BLUECOAT This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/03/2022 £61,340 £1,649,123 LEICESTER ARTS CENTRE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/03/2022 £75,000 £231,818 WORKPLACE FOUNDATION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/03/2022 £694 THE UNIVERSITY OF YORK The formulation of a dissemmination strategy for Stratton DMV
10/03/2022 £706 £35,143 THE DEVON ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOCIETY The first site is the Nether Exe cursus, long mortuary enclosure, ring ditch and associated cropmarks (Bayer 2011, 147-55). The complex is a Scheduled Monument and on the Heritage At Risk Register. It is the most westerly example of a developed mid-Neolithic and later prehistoric monument complex in lowland England. Research included a geophysical survey, a consideration of the sites topographic setting and an analysis of its associated surface lithic assemblages. The paper will present the results of this research and consider the complex in relation to comparable monuments in south-west England.
09/03/2022 £13,670 £5,497 SPECTRUM ASSOCIATION National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
09/03/2022 £49,999 £123,488 THE CHILDRENS ART SCHOOL National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
09/03/2022 £937,254 £4,760,765 CHELTENHAM FESTIVALS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/03/2022 £30,000 £225,522 THICKSKIN THEATRE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
09/03/2022 £14,291 £756,199 THE WARREN YOUTH PROJECT National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
09/03/2022 £220,500 £1,224,736 CLEAN BREAK THEATRE COMPANY The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
09/03/2022 £18,640 £42,400 THE BOWER This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/03/2022 £9,692 £154,358 PHILADELPHIA CRICKET AND COMMUNITY CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 Repair storm damage. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £14,995 £69,315 DIDSBURY TOC H RFC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
08/03/2022 £2,904 NORTONTHORPE SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 ball retention fencing. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
08/03/2022 £51,106 £185,441 NTC TOURING THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/03/2022 £2,400 MOSSLEY HILL CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Sight screens. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £2,220 CHANGING LIVES THROUGH RUGBY CIC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Roof repairs. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
08/03/2022 £2,050 SPENCER BRUERNE CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22: Replacement practice net. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £1,984 STAINLAND CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Replacement Screens and Cage. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £1,885 EYNSHAM CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 (Eynsham Cricket Club). This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £1,695 AUSTERLANDS CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Cricket cover and fencing. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £1,695 UCKFIELD RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Rugby post replacement. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
08/03/2022 £1,318 £631,026 SUSSEX CLUBS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE LIMITED Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Replacement Fence. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
08/03/2022 £1,200 STOWMARKET GOLF CLUB LIMITED Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled STORM 22 Practice Nets. This project lists its main activity as Golf.
08/03/2022 £1,016 SOLIHULL BARONS ICE HOCKEY CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Replacement Equipment. This project lists its main activity as Ice Hockey.
08/03/2022 £975 CRESCENT BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 - Repairs to Bowling Green- Post Flood. This project is a Bowls project, with a focus on older beneficiaries.
08/03/2022 £888 FLITWICK & AMPTHILL TENNIS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm damage repairs from Storm Eunice. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
08/03/2022 £850 SWANAGE AND WAREHAM RFC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Rugby Union.
08/03/2022 £710 BOMARSUND WELFARE CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Sightscreen mesh replacement. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £702 RAMSEY CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22 Repair Sight Screens. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/03/2022 £350 GOODRICH TC Funding under Sport England's Storm 22 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Storm 22. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
07/03/2022 £10,000 £12,049 STRATFORD-UPON-AVON SOCIETY The aim of this project, by means of high-level building recording and analysis, detailed archival research and dendrochronology, is to establish, following one of Stratford-upon-Avons town fires of 1594/95, the chronology, extent and nature of the reconstruction of buildings along High Street and Chapel Street, the epicentre of one of these fires. Post-fire documentary sources record damage to certain buildings, and architectural appraisal indicates that several timber-framed buildings surviving today date from the post-fire period. However, more needs to be established concerning the scale, nature and speed of this rebuilding, and the impact of the fires, both on the economic well-being of the town and the fortunes of the families most seriously affected. For many buildings there is simply no documentary evidence to draw on. Moreover, even when documentary evidence exists, it is either confusing or only establishes a date by which rebuilding had taken place. Conversely, it may record fire damage to properties that, from surviving architectural features, appear not to have been entirely rebuilt. High-level building analysis and dendrochronological investigation will resolve much of this uncertainty, provide a sound base for the interpretation of the documentary evidence, and throw definitive light on a crucial episode in the evolution of the architectural and cultural heritage of this internationally renowned town.
07/03/2022 £41,670 £150,757 THE JULIA MARGARET CAMERON TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
07/03/2022 £45,000 £52,953 THE GREEN GATHERING This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
07/03/2022 £20,000 £644,169 THE CLOD ENSEMBLE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
07/03/2022 £20,000 £137,523 LONDON ARTS IN HEALTH FORUM We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
07/03/2022 £200,000 £1,769,157 THE PARK THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
04/03/2022 £140,650 £47,586,689 RUSKIN MILL TRUST The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £107,000 £96,000 SHABANG INCLUSIVE LEARNING The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £307,000 £301,430 ROSETTA ART CENTRE CIO The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £200,252 £119,744 EAST END WOMEN'S MUSEUM The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £150,000 £4,498,859 MIDLANDS ARTS CENTRE The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £725,000 £1,866,972 ARVON FOUNDATION The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £200,000 £645,516 STANLEY ARTS The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £400,000 £14,367,000 BIRMINGHAM HIPPODROME THEATRE TRUST LIMITED The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £160,000 £222,293 LITTLEWORLD LTD T/A HORSE AND BAMBOO THEATRE The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £461,678 £2,808,773 JUNCTION CDC LIMITED The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £135,674 £396,653 THE BRUNEL MUSEUM The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £12,634 £159,017 KINGSHILL HOUSE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
04/03/2022 £142,638 £385,184 BURNLEY YOUTH THEATRE The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £400,000 £3,612,531 DE LA WARR PAVILION The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £131,545 £1,696,296 NATIONAL CENTRE FOR WRITING The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £422,999 £1,267,179 BARNSLEY CIVIC ENTERPRISE LTD. The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £499,999 £645,289 LIBERDADE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £365,000 WORLD HEART BEAT MUSIC ACADEMY LTD The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £750,000 £1,314,514 THE YARD THEATRE LTD. The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
04/03/2022 £380,000 £389,944 PECKHAM PLATFORM LTD The Capital Investment Programme is an open access programme to support cultural organisations to adjust buildings and equipment so that they can operate safely post-pandemic and improve access, seize on technological opportunities, and reduce environmental impact.
03/03/2022 £50,000 £16,275 ST DAY YOUTH & SPORTS ASSOCIATION Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Sports Association Building Extension. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
03/03/2022 £35,000 £95,983 HARTON AND WESTOE MINERS WELFARE Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Covid-19 Return to Play. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
03/03/2022 £26,900 £113,096 RAH RAH COMMUNITY THEATRE COMPANY This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
03/03/2022 £35,704 £224,738 MUSIKO MUSIKA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
03/03/2022 £36,117 £149,235 THE NURSERY THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
03/03/2022 £30,000 £319,162 YORK MEDIALE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
03/03/2022 £15,000 INCLUSION IN ARTS UK LIMITED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
03/03/2022 £2,454 COPYRIGHT CLEARANCE CENTRE (CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS) Estimated date covers up to completion of costed Proposal for analysis
02/03/2022 £43,750 £196,642 JUSTICE IN MOTION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
02/03/2022 £28,640 £64,427 GREEN CANDLE DANCE COMPANY LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
02/03/2022 £120,000 £239,706 YORKE DANCE PROJECT This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
02/03/2022 £25,000 £22,042 LONDON EARLY OPERA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
02/03/2022 £48,500 £85,624 BRISTOL JAZZ AND BLUES FESTIVAL This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
02/03/2022 £25,274 £17,745 LITTLEBOROUGH ARTS FESTIVAL National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
01/03/2022 £167,116 £221,800,000 CANAL & RIVER TRUST Funding under Sport England's COVID-19 Together Fund funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID-19 Tackling Inequalities Fund. This project lists its main activity as Sport participation and capacity building.
01/03/2022 £15,473 £46,958 WATERSHED WORKSHOPS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/03/2022 £63,208 £592,863 OXFORD SHAKESPEARE ENSEMBLE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/03/2022 £68,106 £423,302 THE HIGHLIFE CENTRE LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/03/2022 £64,152 £518,028 SIGNAL FILM AND MEDIA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/03/2022 £1,000 THE UNIVERSITY OF YORK AHRC - Cohort 2 B Informing our Heritage Future(s): Preserving our Digital Past(s)
28/02/2022 £130,000 £264,065 CHISENHALE DANCE SPACE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/02/2022 £38,626 £137,547 CREATE FOUNDATION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
25/02/2022 £221,000 £70,053 MUSLIM SPORTS FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's COVID-19 Tackling Inequalities Fund funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID-19 Tackling Inequalities Fund. This project is a Sport and Physical Activity project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
25/02/2022 £10,000 £363,600 THE VICTORIAN SOCIETY Statutory Casework: The Victorian Society
25/02/2022 £10,000 £835,928 THE COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY Statutory casework- Responding to Listed Building Consent or similar notifications, providing pre-application planning advice- Providing professional advice to conservation officers, LPAs and other relevant professionals- Supporting work that addresses buildings at risk.- Advising public on LBC and planning issues- Database management for the notifications- Education and engagement production of magazines etc
25/02/2022 £10,000 THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANCIENT BUILDINGS Statutory casework- Responding to Listed Building Consent or similar notifications, providing pre-application planning advice- Providing professional advice to conservation officers, LPAs and other relevant professionals- Supporting work that addresses buildings at risk.- Advising public on LBC and planning issues- Database management for the notifications- Education and engagement production of magazines etc
25/02/2022 £10,000 £656,508 THE GEORGIAN GROUP Statutory casework- Responding to Listed Building Consent or similar notifications, providing pre-application planning advice- Providing professional advice to conservation officers, LPAs and other relevant professionals- Supporting work that addresses buildings at risk.- Advising public on LBC and planning issues- Database management for the notifications- Education and engagement production of magazines etc
25/02/2022 £3,750 £1,011,629 THE THEATRES TRUST CHARITABLE FUND Statutory casework- Responding to Listed Building Consent or similar notifications, providing pre-application planning advice- Providing professional advice to conservation officers, LPAs and other relevant professionals- Supporting work that addresses buildings at risk.- Advising public on LBC and planning issues- Database management for the notifications- Education and engagement production of magazines etc
25/02/2022 £10,000 £328,957 THE GARDENS TRUST Statutory casework- Responding to Listed Building Consent or similar notifications, providing pre-application planning advice- Providing professional advice to conservation officers, LPAs and other relevant professionals- Supporting work that addresses buildings at risk.- Advising public on LBC and planning issues- Database management for the notifications- Education and engagement production of magazines etc
24/02/2022 £927,000 £6,563,762 RIVERSIDE TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
24/02/2022 £99,760 £148,889 BEACONSFIELD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/02/2022 £10,000 THE SOCIETY FOR THE PROTECTION OF ANCIENT BUILDINGS The SPAB Scholarship; developed and managed by the Society for the Protection of Ancient
23/02/2022 £3,950 £81,869 NEW VISUALITY National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/02/2022 £47,200 £62,595 SILENT UPROAR PRODUCTIONS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/02/2022 £78,000 £9,286 ARTS ON THE RUN: THE ARTS & REFUGEES HUB FOR YORKSHIRE & HUMBERSIDE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/02/2022 £49,686 £225,702 GREENTOP COMMUNITY CIRCUS CENTRE LTD National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/02/2022 £94,920 £269,420 MANCHESTER CITY OF LITERATURE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
22/02/2022 £25,000 £69,677 OPEN TRAIL Funding under Sport England's Places to Ride Facilities Programme funding programme for a Capital project titled PTR: Burlish Bike Park. This project lists its main activity as Cycling.
22/02/2022 £12,000 £691 GOETHE-INSTITUT LONDON We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
22/02/2022 £40,886 £217,191 INSTRUMENTS OF TIME AND TRUTH This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £28,956 £101,664 CLUB SODA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £47,000 £243,314 THE GROUNDLINGS THEATRE TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £28,140 £225,391 INTERNATIONAL GUITAR FOUNDATION & FESTIVALS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £22,586 £535,972 FEVERED SLEEP This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £35,400 £48,327 THE PEOPLE'S THEATRE COMPANY This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £31,350 £100,431 MERCURIAL ARTS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/02/2022 £31,700 £48,663 CHESTER VISUAL ARTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
21/02/2022 £12,000 £835,928 THE COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY The CBA manage a database to log the casework of the national amenity societies (NAS) for the mutual benefit, increased efficiency and collaboration of all participating organisations. This project has 2 interlinked components.
21/02/2022 £95,904 £421,182 THE HANOVER BAND FOUNDATION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
21/02/2022 £30,119 £79,695 MAYA PRODUCTIONS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
21/02/2022 £40,000 £65,626 PLATFORM 4 This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
21/02/2022 £74,000 £2,307,520 WOODHORN CHARITABLE TRUST We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/02/2022 £24,778 £600 FOLIO THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
21/02/2022 £175,733 £3,261,986 GAINSBOROUGH'S HOUSE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/02/2022 £300,000 £3,301,391 KINGSTON THEATRE TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/02/2022 £30,000 £1,234,576 LIBRARIES CONNECTED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
14/02/2022 £437 £591,942,000 NATIONAL TRUST The proposed work for which funding is requested is for enabling works to allow the steps, landing and balustrade to be surveyed and assessed, so the extent, (and cost), of the repairs can be identified. This would include an inspection to be undertaken in line with HEAG099 - Understanding Historic Buildings - Level 2, to provide electronic survey drawings, a photographic schedule and a condition survey, providing the information required which will enable the scope and nature of the repair work which is necessary to be fully understood and developed. The funding would also allow for materials analysis to be undertaken, including mortar and stone sampling, testing for deleterious materials, drains surveys and testing, and ecological surveys to be completed, all informing the repair work which is necessary.
11/02/2022 £41,205 £333,667 THE WARDROBE THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
11/02/2022 £27,000 £58,207 CULTURAL PHILANTHROPY FOUNDATION LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/02/2022 £365,000 £2,548 BLACKBURN MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £243,281 £17,036 LOWESTOFT MUSEUM This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £518,000 £1,110,583 RUSSELL-COTES ART GALLERY AND MUSEUM This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £189,870 £463,813 BRANTWOOD This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £71,688 £9,784,252 WIGAN LESIURE & CULTURE TRUST This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £157,230 £222,165 OLD OPERATING THEATRE MUSEUM AND HERB GARRET This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £1,064,348 £7,722,988 IRONBRIDGE GORGE MUSEUM TRUST This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £50,044 £115,594 THE NORTH END TRUST This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £362,900 £1,539,298 NATIONAL JUSTICE MUSEUM This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £62,925 £434,813 RUDDINGTON FRAMEWORK KNITTERS MUSEUM LIMITED This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £277,093 £14,516,000 LONDON TRANSPORT MUSEUM LIMITED This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £100,000 THE HISTORICAL DIVING SOCIETY This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
09/02/2022 £1,463,769 £8,031,419 ROYAL PAVILION AND MUSEUMS TRUST This is an open-access capital fund targeted at non-national Accredited museums and local authorities based in England to apply for funding to undertake vital infrastructure and urgent maintenance backlogs which are beyond the scope of day-to-day maintenance budgets.
07/02/2022 £1,000 BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY AHRC - Cohort 2 A Geophysical surveys in England: Using digital data to inform heritage management and promote collaboration
07/02/2022 £2,000 £2,550,072 SOCIETY OF ANTIQUARIES OF LONDON How Do We Learn: Addressing Archaeological Synthesis is one-day seminar organised jointly by the Society of Antiquaries of London (SAL), Historic England and the British Academy. The seminar will address the HE / CIfA CAP21project, goal 4, work Package 4.2: to explore more effective ways of knowledge co- creation within the commercial archaeology sector through the combining of resource and capability on multiple sites in the same area.
01/02/2022 £115,000 £618,449 THE STRAWBERRY HILL TRUST Having been advised by the Arts Council Acceptance in Lieu Panel that it is in a position to make a positive recommendation that this highly significant portrait by William Hogarth of Horace Walpole be allocated to Strawberry Hill Trust, we are faced with the challenge of bridging the gap between the value of the painting and the tax credit.
01/02/2022 £469,720 £3,374,456 BLACKPOOL GRAND THEATRE (ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENTS) LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/02/2022 £107,055 £356,714 RABBLE THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/02/2022 £70,500 £314,309 SOMETHING TO AIM FOR This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/02/2022 £160,000 £170,268 METTA THEATRE LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/02/2022 £50,200 £245,522 ST MARY IN THE CASTLE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/02/2022 £13,600 £20,678,068 COVENTRY CITY OF CULTURE TRUST We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
01/02/2022 £950,000 £20,678,068 COVENTRY CITY OF CULTURE TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/02/2022 £30,492 QUIET DOWN THERE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
31/01/2022 £30,000 £8,031,419 BRIGHTON AND HOVE CITY COUNCIL To support the recovery of the English tourism industry by encouraging a pre-nester audience to increase their consideration for an England short city break this spring and early summer, by showcasing the breadth of experiences available.
31/01/2022 £20,000 £2,199,798 THE DUDLEY COUNCIL FOR VOLUNTARY SERVICE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
31/01/2022 £2,000,000 £2,455,110 TULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY TRUST We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
31/01/2022 £3,000 £203,346 MANCHESTER HISTORIES We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
28/01/2022 £19,800 £652,024 COLCHESTER ARTS CENTRE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
27/01/2022 £3,500 £3,715 THE MERSEYSIDE CIVIC SOCIETY Listed Building Condition and Engagement Surveys - Merseyside Civic Society
27/01/2022 £3,000 £3,352 SERENDIPITY We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
26/01/2022 £49,000 £448,776 CURIOUS DIRECTIVE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
21/01/2022 £60,000 £71,678,000 ARTS COUNCIL OF WALES We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/01/2022 £20,000 £124,898 FLUXUS ART PROJECTS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
20/01/2022 £5,000 £608,076 THE CLAY FOUNDATION We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
20/01/2022 £10,000 £1,561,775 THE NEW ART EXCHANGE LTD We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
19/01/2022 £3,874 £363,600 THE VICTORIAN SOCIETY Listed Building Condition and Engagement Surveys - Victorian Society
19/01/2022 £10,379,173 £74,523,835 BBC CHILDREN IN NEED YIF Phase 1 spending objective is to improve the effectiveness of youth services in order to drive positive outcomes for young people such as improved health and wellbeing, equipping them with skills for work and life, and empowering them to be active members of their communities and society. YIF Phase 1 will work with left-behind areas in England, assessing and distributing grants for capital proposals which meet the objective of improving the effectiveness of youth services.
18/01/2022 £175,000 £366,828 BEACON COLLABORATIVE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
17/01/2022 £1,000 THE UNIVERSITY OF HULL AHRC - Cohort 2C Mahogany, enslaved Africans, Miskito indigenous people at Chiswick House, Kenwood and Marble Hill, London.
12/01/2022 £5,125 INNER DIMENSIONS Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 Return to Play. This project lists its main activity as Exercise & Fitness.
06/01/2022 £650,000 £3,949,625 THEATRE DEVELOPMENT TRUST We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
04/01/2022 £156 THE UNIVERSITY OF YORK The aims of this project are to update information in the draft midlands counties review produced by Peter Murphy and Dominique de Moulins in 2002. Data will be collected from plant macrofossil reports published up to the end of 2010, as well as major reports in the grey literature. The information will be integrated into a single report containing a section discussing the data by period, a thematic section and a final section summarising priorities for future areas of research. The format of the publication will closely follow that of the Northern England Review (Hall & Huntley, 2007), as well as the Southern England review currently underway, so as to make a coherent series.
01/01/2022 £285,000 £2,771,000 THE NATIONAL YOUTH AGENCY The purpose of this grant is to support the National Youth Agency to deliver the youth sector census, through part-funding the project and contains 2 elements: Building an online, open access platform for self-reporting and mapping the youth sector provision; Delivering 6 deep dives in different archetype locations, across the country, to be agreed with DCMS.
23/12/2021 £120,000 T EL GLAOUI LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/12/2021 £12,000 £217,772 APOLLO MUSIC PROJECTS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
22/12/2021 £30,000 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (LGA) We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/12/2021 £20,000 MAP ARCHAEOLOGICAL PRACTICE LTD. MAP Archaeological Practice have been working in advance of the High
21/12/2021 £20,000 £714,403 TALAWA THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/12/2021 £37,500 £644,169 THE CLOD ENSEMBLE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/12/2021 £15,000 £1,881,611 THE FOUNDLING MUSEUM National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £20,000 £137,523 LONDON ARTS IN HEALTH FORUM We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/12/2021 £15,000 £86,505 BLOCK 336 National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £46,800 CONTINENTAL DRIFTS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
21/12/2021 £14,830 £1,994,062 FOURTH MONKEY EDUCATION LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £15,000 WILDCARD National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £10,611 WAYWARD PRODUCTIONS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £14,685 OUTLOOK PRODUCTIONS LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £14,960 BIG COMMUNITY RECORDS LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £14,891 WEJAM National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
21/12/2021 £13,924 £326,805 JEWISH BOOK COUNCIL National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
20/12/2021 £65,000 BRITISH CYCLING Funding under Sport England's Places to Ride Facilities Programme Evaluation funding programme for a Capital project titled PTR: PhD study. This project lists its main activity as Cycling.
20/12/2021 £163,000 CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
20/12/2021 £4,833 £58,598 UMMAH HANDS Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 RETURN TO PLAY. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
17/12/2021 £13,000 £2,102,350 STOCKTON ARTS CENTRE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
17/12/2021 £20,000 £1,234,576 LIBRARIES CONNECTED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
17/12/2021 £35,000 BOOKSELLERS ASSOCIATION OF UK & IRELAND LTD We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
17/12/2021 £2,100 NORTH TYNESIDE COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
17/12/2021 £40,000 HULL MUSIC SERVICE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
17/12/2021 £39,000,000 £102,530,515 FOOTBALL FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's Football Foundation funding programme for a Capital project titled Football Facilities Investment. This project lists its main activity as Association Football.
16/12/2021 £25,000 £237,925 MARLBOROUGH THEATRE PRODUCTIONS LTD We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
16/12/2021 £11,920 LUTON BOROUGH COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
15/12/2021 £14,781 £96,688,000 UNITED RESPONSE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
15/12/2021 £14,984 £420,150 ST ETHELBURGA'S CENTRE FOR RECONCILIATION AND PEACE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
15/12/2021 £80,000 £1,691 FRIENDS OF FIRS FARM Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled creating a community hub. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
15/12/2021 £15,000 £1,554,977 CHINEKE FOUNDATION National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
15/12/2021 £13,970 GRAMRPHONE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
15/12/2021 £14,830 IMPACT HERITAGE C.I.C. National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
15/12/2021 £212,075 BEEZR STUDIOS LTD To provide content for younger audiences
15/12/2021 £4,900 JUNGLE CREATIVE LIMITED To provide content for younger audiences
15/12/2021 £19,500 LITTLE IMAGES PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To provide content for younger audiences
15/12/2021 £489,534 MAKEAWAY TAKEAWAY PRODUCTIONS LTD To provide content for younger audiences
15/12/2021 £25,150 PENCIL TRICK PRODUCTIONS CIC To provide content for younger audiences
15/12/2021 £42,900 ROCKET SCIENCE INDUSTRIES LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
15/12/2021 £5,000 WESTEND FILMS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
15/12/2021 £47,536 THE NORTHERN LIGHT CINEMA To support independent cinemas during covid
15/12/2021 £32,032 CELSIUS ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
14/12/2021 £83,500 NATIONAL MOTOR MUSEUM To acquire a collection of Lalique Glass car mascots for the permanent collection and display at the National Motor Museum. The mascots are currently on loan to the National Motor Museum from a private collector who is now seeking to sell the collection due to change of personal circumstances.
14/12/2021 £2,271,621 £6,698,977 DERBY MUSEUMS The project is the acquisition for the nation of Self-Portrait at the Age of About Forty by Joseph Wright of Derby, one of 18th century Britains most interesting and innovative painters.
14/12/2021 £15,000 MAMA QUILLA National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
14/12/2021 £350,000 LPH CONCERTS & EVENTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £49,200 STEVENAGE CRICKET & HOCKEY SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Cricket Pavilion Extension. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
14/12/2021 £15,000 ROSSENDALE SPORTS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Floodlight Improvements. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
14/12/2021 £9,000 £9,563 OLIVE HIGH Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 Return to Play. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
14/12/2021 £55,422 £38,008 THEATRE UNCUT This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £37,518 ORCHESTRAL PRODUCTIONS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £376,382 JAMES DEAN EVENTS GROUP LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £181,000 MARQUEE CHAMELEON LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £523,450 VIBRATION MUSIC LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £156,448 CREATIVE ARISTOCRACY LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £28,505 BEACH WITHOUT SAND LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
14/12/2021 £365,470 EVENT COLLECTIONS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £50,000 £95,798 MUSIC FOR CHANGE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £47,920 TRIBE OF DORIS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £58,628 MANHATTAN MUSIC LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £50,000 MD PRODUCTIONS CIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £33,000 SYNERGY DANCE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £26,928 ASWARM This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £25,000 LATEST GROUP CIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £100,000 GRAND ELEKTRA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £87,695 ADAM BLANSHAY PRODUCTIONS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £65,000 N.I.A.M.O.S This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £55,215 BLAST FEST LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £140,468 BAR4HIRE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/12/2021 £200,000 SOUL SATISFACTION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/12/2021 £75,000 FAMILY HOLIDAY ASSOCIATION T/A FAMILY HOLIDAY CHARITY Upon the instruction of DCMS Tourism Team, the purpose of this un-competed grant is to subsidise up to 830 short break holidays of up to between 3 and 4 nights in duration for eligible families, living in England and referred to Family Holiday Charity for consideration by its referral network of health workers, social workers and other charities, between the February Half-Term Holiday 2022 and Sunday, 5 June 2022. It is estimated that these 830 short-break holidays will benefit around 3,320 individuals.
10/12/2021 £21,000 £10,567,000 B:MUSIC LTD We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
10/12/2021 £83,232 FOLKLORE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/12/2021 £35,000 £319,162 YORK MEDIALE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
10/12/2021 £27,000 BMGLIVE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/12/2021 £35,000 QUEER ART PROJECTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/12/2021 £70,000 LIKE IT LIVE MUSIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/12/2021 £5,080 MARKETING MANCHESTER The Business Events Growth Programme, specifically the International Delegate Growth strand, supports the attraction of international business events and the growth of the international profile and attendance of business events in the UK.
09/12/2021 £8,000 WEST NORTHANTS AND NORTH NORTHANTS COUNCILS West Northants and North Northants Councils have successfully applied for a grant from
09/12/2021 £41,000 £13,383,616 LADA LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/12/2021 £28,897 LISA LASHES LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/12/2021 £75,084 BREEZE CREATIVES This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/12/2021 £15,000 NEW FOREST DISTRICT COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
09/12/2021 £150,000 BRONX BOXING LTD Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Bronx Camberwell New Boxing Facility. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
09/12/2021 £150,000 ALLSCOTT HEATH SPORTS AND SOCIAL CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Artificial Outdoor Bowling Green. This project is a Bowls project, with a focus on beneficiaries with a disability.
09/12/2021 £205,000 WARD END UNITY CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled New pavilion. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
08/12/2021 £5,400 UNIVERSITY OF PLYMOUTH ENTERPRISE LIMITED Listed Building Condition and Engagement Surveys - pilot projects
08/12/2021 £14,850 CLPE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
08/12/2021 £75,627 NORTHERN FILM & MEDIA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/12/2021 £75,565 ROCKSTAR MANAGEMENT LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/12/2021 £440,865 OTHERPLACE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/12/2021 £20,000 DYS(THE)LEXI National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
08/12/2021 £23,399 WATFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL Funding under Sport England's Places to Ride Facilities Programme funding programme for a Capital project titled Places to Ride. This project lists its main activity as Cycling.
08/12/2021 £8,736 JUST ADD MILK THEATRE COMPANY National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
08/12/2021 £2,731 KLEIN BLUE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
08/12/2021 £23,500 HILL 5.14 MEDIA LIMITED To provide content for younger audiences
08/12/2021 £50,000 BOHEMIA CLUB LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £50,000 IE IE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £80,000 LITTLE DOOR PRODUCTIONS LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £100,000 MAGIC LIGHT PICTURES LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £50,000 SKETCHBOOK GAMES LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £200,000 STRAY BEAR PRODUCTIONS LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £115,000 SYNCHRONICITY FILMS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £50,000 WATER & POWER PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
08/12/2021 £60,000 PROSCENIUM ENTERTAINMENT GROUP This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/12/2021 £14,995 £239,425 THE LILIESLEAF TRUST UK National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
07/12/2021 £53,597 BABYLON ARTS (OPERATED BY ADEC) We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
07/12/2021 £75,000 THE UK INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT ASSOCIATION LIMITED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
07/12/2021 £25,000 ULTIMATE ARTISTS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
07/12/2021 £30,000 LISA CONNOR This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
07/12/2021 £20,000 GREAT YARMOUTH BOROUGH COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
07/12/2021 £115,215 COVENTRY BIENNIAL LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
07/12/2021 £215,903 LONDONCALLING This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
07/12/2021 £172,193 VISUAL ARCHITEKTS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
06/12/2021 £70,000 £102,530,515 FOOTBALL FOUNDATION Funding under Sport England's Football/Multisports Facilities Transition Plan funding programme for a Revenue project titled Birmingham Pilot & Grass Pitch Mapping and Prioritisation. This project lists its main activity as Association Football.
06/12/2021 £47,386 PINS AND NEEDLES PRODUCTIONS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
06/12/2021 £65,000 VEGFESTUK LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
06/12/2021 £65,364 KIDDSTOCK EVENTS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
06/12/2021 £39,019 SOUND INC LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
06/12/2021 £80,000 THE SWINGLE SINGERS LLP This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
06/12/2021 £79,709 £402,403 GLOUCESTER CULTURE TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
03/12/2021 £26,550 SHACKLETON AVIATION GROUP The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
03/12/2021 £15,050 MARKENFIELD ENTERPRISES The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
03/12/2021 £22,700 £162,719 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST PAUL, SOUTH HARROW The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
03/12/2021 £85,000 STUMP CROSS LIMITED The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
03/12/2021 £8,000 ST. PETER THE APOSTLE RC CHURCH The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
03/12/2021 £14,450 £162,719 THE PAROCHIAL CHURCH COUNCIL OF THE ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST GEORGE'S, SOUTHALL The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
03/12/2021 £13,950 FANS MUSEUM CIC The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
02/12/2021 £1,224 MUSEUM OF LONDON ARCHAEOLOGY Primarily to date the feature groups identified and establish a chronology for the site, setting it in context with other sites identified in the Blackwater and Colne estuaries by the CITiZAN project and The Hullbridge Survey.
02/12/2021 £11,500 MUSEUM OF LONDON ARCHAEOLOGY In 2012 an area at Medmerry, centred on SZ833943, on the Manhood Peninsula, West Sussex, was deliberately flooded by the breaching of the artificial flood protection bank, undertaken by the Environment Agency (EA). During strong storms over the past decade a section of the shingle bank has subsequently been destroyed and the Broad Rife, a fast-flowing tidal channel, established a changeable outflow. Since then, landward movement of the extant shingle spit, effects of a protective rubble reef to the east, and the rapid outflow channels between the breach, have exposed geoarchaeological deposits and a series of timber structures, visible at low tide. Since 2014 Chichester and District Archaeology Society (CDAS) have undertaken an ongoing project to identify and record these deposits and structures prior to their destruction (Murphy 2020), through erosion, and have recorded several features including the partial plan of a V-shaped timber
02/12/2021 £13,500 MUSEUM OF LONDON ARCHAEOLOGY Since 2019 CITIZANs East Kent Coast Discovery Programme have surveyed, with sub-cm accuracy, the remains of over 1100 small roundwood stakes along 2.5km stretch of foreshore at Sandwich Bay. These stakes, most of which are now likely to be only c400mm long, form the remains of at least 15 stake net stands. Documentary research, oral history and recent C14 dating carried out by Historic England suggest that these date from the mid-late 18th century into the 20th century. Collaborative research with CITiZAN volunteers has further revealed that this particular monument type, stake nets or keddle nets, have been little researched archaeologically. Their position as fish traps constructed on the open coast is also unusual. The sand and silt foreshore at Sandwich Bay is highly mobile: tidal action can remove and deposit the silts across the site and scouring up to 0.5m has also been observed during the course of our work. The remains are therefore at high risk of loss.
02/12/2021 £11,400 £284,480 NATIONAL RURAL TOURING FORUM We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
02/12/2021 £20,000 MEDWAY COUNCIL BROOK THEATRE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
02/12/2021 £35,000 FENLAND DISTRICT COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
02/12/2021 £25,000 BEDFORD BOROUGH COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
02/12/2021 £27,207 BIRMINGHAM DANCE NETWORK This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
02/12/2021 £41,833 CRIPTIC CIC We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
01/12/2021 £6,000 THE CHARTERED INSTITUTE FOR ARCHAEOLIGISTS Qualitative inequalities research for the archaeology sector
01/12/2021 £70,000 £158,325 FERMYNWOODS CONTEMPORARY ART LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/12/2021 £64,827 VYNEHALL LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/12/2021 £14,996 STORYAID National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
01/12/2021 £5,600,000 RUGBY LEAGUE WORLD CUP 2021 LIMITED Funding under Sport England's Sport Survival Package funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID-19 SSP Rugby RFL. This project lists its main activity as Rugby League.
01/12/2021 £500,000 RUGBY FOOTBALL LEAGUE Funding under Sport England's Sport Survival Package funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID-19 SSP Rugby NGB. This project lists its main activity as Rugby League.
01/12/2021 £28,245 DENS AND SIGNALS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/12/2021 £77,900 LAZARUS THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/12/2021 £15,000 HELEN MILNE PRODUCTIONS National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
01/12/2021 £100,000 ALPHABLOCKS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £100,000 BLAZING GRIFFIN LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £100,000 DOROTHY ST PICTURES LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £80,000 GOOD CHAOS LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £50,000 IDA ROSE LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £80,000 NUMBER 9 FILMS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £50,000 OUTSIDER GAMES LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £50,000 REBEL TELEVISION AND MEDIA LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £80,000 REVOLUTION SOFTWARE LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £90,000 TWO RIVERS MEDIA LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £80,000 DIGITAL MEDIA DISTRIBUTION LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £116,000 SFB GAMES LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
01/12/2021 £91,946 THE BALLROOM LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/12/2021 £30,000 SHAANTI 11 LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
01/12/2021 £13,356 £45,768 FLAT TIME HOUSE TRUST National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
01/12/2021 £9,899 THE UNIVERSITY OF LIVERPOOL The Business Events Growth Programme, specifically the International Delegate Growth strand, supports the attraction of international business events and the growth of the international profile and attendance of business events in the UK.
30/11/2021 £55,695 £1,197,143 AWARDS FOR YOUNG MUSICIANS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
30/11/2021 £6,690 £50,770 CLOWNS WITHOUT BORDERS UK National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
30/11/2021 £158,180 ELECTRIC STAR LIVE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
30/11/2021 £582,166 80SIX LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
30/11/2021 £30,000 LIPSTICK ON YOUR COLLAR LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
30/11/2021 £214,899 SAVING GRACE EVENTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £31,406 RESONANCE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £31,200 £145,946 THE GLOBE PLAYERS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £40,000 BLACKPOOL ARTS SERVICE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
29/11/2021 £350,000 £3,634,583 THE GRANGE FESTIVAL This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £36,872 MOOGIE WONDERLAND This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £25,000 SIMMER DOWN CIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £35,000 BIRMINGHAM MUSIC AWARDS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £400,000 EXCHANGE EVENTS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £138,900 PROJECT AUDIO LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
29/11/2021 £80,000 XTRA HUMONGOUS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
26/11/2021 £35,000 £3,213,751 THE HAVERING THEATRE TRUST LIMITED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
26/11/2021 £10,000 £344,454 CRYING OUT LOUD We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
26/11/2021 £37,500 £644,169 THE CLOD ENSEMBLE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
26/11/2021 £26,200 POPLAR HARCA We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
26/11/2021 £148,000 POP UP PROJECTS CIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
26/11/2021 £5,000 ESSEX COUNTY COUNCIL The aim of this project is to review the extent archaeological alert/priority areas and other strategic planning resources are available (whether used or not, or formerly used) for managing archaeology across England and understand the implications if these were to be promoted as a building block for archaeological sensitivity mapping. This is in support of the Governments Planning for the Future white paper (PWP) and proposed Planning Bill. It is designed to support Historic England and the archaeological sector in understanding the implications if alert/constraint mapping and/or other strategic
25/11/2021 £82,006 CHIP SHOP BXTN LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
25/11/2021 £100,000 ARTIST PROMOTION MANAGEMENT LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
25/11/2021 £120,000 BLUE GENIE ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
25/11/2021 £89,439 OBSERVATORY CREATIVE LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
25/11/2021 £87,850 PHIL WINSTONS THEATREWORKS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
24/11/2021 £15,000 £124,898 FLUXUS ART PROJECTS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
24/11/2021 £10,530 £603,706 WRITING ON THE WALL LIMITED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
24/11/2021 £14,990 PRODUCT OF T/A TAKE STOCK EXCHANGE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
24/11/2021 £5,219 BLACK COUNTRY TOGETHER We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
24/11/2021 £27,921 £155,420 THE RESTORATION TRUST The Heritage Linkworker project is a test and learn pilot evaluating the impact of a specialist heritage linkworker on social prescribing referrals that will run from November 2021 to March 2023 at a cost of £69,998.It will contribute to the developing field of social prescribing in heritage, where there is a perceived gap in provision offered through health and social referral channels.
24/11/2021 £135,400 THE CHARTERED GOVERNANCE INSTITUTE Funding under Sport England's Governance Support 2019-20 funding programme for a Revenue project titled Sport Governance Academy. This project lists its main activity as Sports development.
24/11/2021 £14,999 SPIES LIKE US THEATRE LIMITED National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
24/11/2021 £89,000 AFANTI MEDIA LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £100,000 THE BLACK CAMEL PICTURE COMPANY LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £117,600 CANTILEVER GROUP LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £115,000 DOG EARS LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £100,000 THE INK FACTORY LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £113,000 SLIM FILM & TV LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £121,595 STOLEN THE FILM UK LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £100,000 WARP FILMS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
24/11/2021 £6,490 FOLKESTONE FRINGE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
23/11/2021 £21,155 £51,746 OPERA DELLA LUNA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/11/2021 £32,821 £900 MTP This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/11/2021 £15,000 HOOCH EVENTS LTD National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/11/2021 £30,383 THE SHOW GLOBE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/11/2021 £13,000 CHALO National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/11/2021 £153,888 CORE LIGHTING LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/11/2021 £38,111 ATLAS BAND TOURING LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/11/2021 £14,658 NOVEMBER THEATRE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/11/2021 £80,000 GLOBESTAR MANAGEMENT LLP This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
23/11/2021 £10,000 £14,800 GREEN OPERA National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
23/11/2021 £56,000 DURHAM UNIVERSITY We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
22/11/2021 £185,000 £2,823,628 READ - THE READING AGENCY We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
22/11/2021 £25,845 £63,382 BALUJI MUSIC FOUNDATION LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/11/2021 £40,640 THE ART STATION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
22/11/2021 £25,034 £86,457 BLAZE ARTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/11/2021 £30,000 £245,801 TIATA FAHODZI LTD We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
18/11/2021 £25,000 £1,473,203 THE CLORE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMME We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
18/11/2021 £388,568 CAMP WILDFIRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/11/2021 £2,497 £71,132 BRACKNELL ISLAMIC CULTURAL SOCIETY Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 Return to Play. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
17/11/2021 £5,400 CHANCE HERITAGE TRUST The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
17/11/2021 £12,500 ON THE RECORD The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
17/11/2021 £85,000 BUNGALOW TOWN PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
17/11/2021 £100,000 QUIDDITY FILMS LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
17/11/2021 £90,062 ARK NEWMARKET This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £21,135 £170,071 IRIS THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £45,000 MOBO ORGANISATION We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
16/11/2021 £150,000 COURTSIDE HUBS CIC Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Hillsborough Park Community Hub. This project lists its main activity as Lawn Tennis.
16/11/2021 £25,000 ROSSENDALE BOROUGH COUNCIL Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Athletics Track Upgrade. This project lists its main activity as Athletics.
16/11/2021 £18,200 BUCKINGHAM WEST END BOWLS CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Clubhouse Improvements. This project lists its main activity as Bowls.
16/11/2021 £25,000 £97,756 THE MISFITS THEATRE COMPANY UK This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £25,000 DARK OLIVE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £81,339 NIGHT NIGHT LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £26,743 OUTSIDE THE BOX PRODUCTIONS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £270,610 WOMEN IN SPORT To breakdown entrenched barriers to healthy, happy and active lives through a supportive eco-system of Big Sister peers and coaches mobilising participation in sport for young women and girls. Targeting those areas characterised by deprivation, our aim is ensuring no one is excluded from the lifelong empowerment of physical activity.
16/11/2021 £101,800 £803,149 AVA (AGAINST VIOLENCE AND ABUSE) To ensure that VAWG survivors have access to high quality trauma informed support to help them rebuild their lives after abuse, through supporting specialist women's organisations to build and demonstrate a consistent, survivor led, holistic trauma informed approach.
16/11/2021 £1,691,158 £5,486,381 THE BIG GIVE TRUST To raise £5m for the Women & Girls sector through two match funding campaigns whilst increasing the resilience, skills and profile of Women & Girls charities. The project will also help to create a long-term philanthropic legacy for giving to Women & Girls organisations.
16/11/2021 £77,506 £5,486,381 THE CENTRAL JEWISH FUND FOR WORLD JEWISH RELIEF Step Forward will address key barriers to integration specific to women refugees in line with the Home Offices Integration Framework. Through this holistic, tailored programme, women refugees will be empowered to gain independence, make informed decisions, improve health outcomes, and move towards employment, and a fully integrated life in Britain.
16/11/2021 £158,250 £3,217,046 SOUTH WEST GRID FOR LEARNING TRUST To fund an AI tool designed to support W&G who are victims of intimate image abuse. The tool will give information about the types of abuse suffered (on and offline), give tools to remove intimate content, report crimes and regain hacked accounts. Information about the types of abuse will be used in the future with support organisations to reduce PTSD and other mental health issues.
16/11/2021 £270,610 WOMEN IN SPORT To breakdown entrenched barriers to healthy, happy and active lives through a supportive eco-system of Big Sister peers and coaches mobilising participation in sport for young women and girls. Targeting those areas characterised by deprivation, our aim is ensuring no one is excluded from the lifelong empowerment of physical activity.
16/11/2021 £101,800 £803,149 AVA (AGAINST VIOLENCE AND ABUSE) To ensure that VAWG survivors have access to high quality trauma informed support to help them rebuild their lives after abuse, through supporting specialist women's organisations to build and demonstrate a consistent, survivor led, holistic trauma informed approach.
16/11/2021 £1,691,158 £5,486,381 THE BIG GIVE TRUST To raise £5m for the Women & Girls sector through two match funding campaigns whilst increasing the resilience, skills and profile of Women & Girls charities. The project will also help to create a long-term philanthropic legacy for giving to Women & Girls organisations.
16/11/2021 £77,506 £5,486,381 THE CENTRAL JEWISH FUND FOR WORLD JEWISH RELIEF Step Forward will address key barriers to integration specific to women refugees in line with the Home Offices Integration Framework. Through this holistic, tailored programme, women refugees will be empowered to gain independence, make informed decisions, improve health outcomes, and move towards employment, and a fully integrated life in Britain.
16/11/2021 £158,250 £3,217,046 SOUTH WEST GRID FOR LEARNING TRUST To fund an AI tool designed to support W&G who are victims of intimate image abuse. The tool will give information about the types of abuse suffered (on and offline), give tools to remove intimate content, report crimes and regain hacked accounts. Information about the types of abuse will be used in the future with support organisations to reduce PTSD and other mental health issues.
16/11/2021 £30,150 GEORGE & DRAGON This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
16/11/2021 £47,000 COLLABORATE DESIGN LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £83,727 £399,977 TORQUAY MUSEUM This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £7,788 CANAL & RIVER TRUST - ARTS PARTNERS AND OUTCOMES We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
15/11/2021 £25,026 £31,648 BRIGHTON PHOTO FRINGE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £52,260 SPACE 289 This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £40,000 CITY MUSIC LESSONS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £310,000 MAGIC SOUND LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £80,994 JACARANDA BOOKS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £25,000 DIGITAL WRITES - DEVELOPMENT & PUBLISHING C.I.C. This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £15,000 NORTH DEVON COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
15/11/2021 £35,833 EAST LEEDS PROJECT This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £10,000 CULTURE SPECTRUM We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
15/11/2021 £39,501 SILVER STAGE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £190,175 KEEPDANCING This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £40,822 V21 ARTSPACE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £28,078 SASA ARTS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £28,478 £104,371 GEORGE PADMORE INSTITUTE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/11/2021 £300,000 BRIAN YEARDLEY CONTINENTAL LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
12/11/2021 £355,000 PHOENIX ARTIST CLUB This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
12/11/2021 £120,000 LOP LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
12/11/2021 £160,000 YOUNG GUNS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
11/11/2021 £10,850 £1,234,576 LIBRARIES CONNECTED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
11/11/2021 £21,600 £1,234,576 LIBRARIES CONNECTED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
11/11/2021 £20,000 BROMSGROVE DISTRICT COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
11/11/2021 £60,000 £408,831 SHAFTESBURY YOUTH CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Pavilion Upgrade. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
11/11/2021 £55,009 MAIA This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
11/11/2021 £36,000 CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
11/11/2021 £3,750 £23,457 BAHJA INITIATIVE Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 Return to Play. This project is a Exercise & Fitness project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
10/11/2021 £19,139 MSDS MARINE LIMITED The Rooswijk Protected Wreck Site: Archaeological Excavation and Preservation. This is an Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE) project. RCE will fund the work, and will undertake the role of Project Executive. The project provides an opportunity to satisfy many Dutch cultural heritage policies, in particular execution of the Policy framework for the management of Dutch shipwrecks overseas. MSDS Marine Ltd will manage the project, including collaboration between a wide range of stakeholders. Key stakeholders will include Historic England (HE), who will be a partner for the project and will also contribute resources (staff and facilities), in addition to members of the original 2004/2005 team, the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) and the current licensee.
10/11/2021 £126,046 £254,993 DEAN HERITAGE MUSEUM TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/11/2021 £100,000 £1,030,286 BATH FESTIVALS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/11/2021 £27,246 £38,849 NEW LONDON CHILDREN'S CHOIR LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/11/2021 £60,000 £136,620 THE KHAYAAL THEATRE COMPANY This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/11/2021 £105,000 HANDMADE EVENTS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/11/2021 £34,042 THE GRAND THEATRE OF LEMMINGS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
10/11/2021 £2,842,497 MIXMUPS ENTERTAINMENT LTD To provide content for younger audiences
10/11/2021 £143,405 MERKEL FILMS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
09/11/2021 £175,000 £1,234,576 LIBRARIES CONNECTED We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
09/11/2021 £35,000 RAZZLE DAZZLE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/11/2021 £170,000 GATECRASHER CLASSICAL LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/11/2021 £25,000 LP CREATIVES This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/11/2021 £80,000 CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
09/11/2021 £171,870 £805,962 STROUD SUBSCRIPTION ROOMS TRUST This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
09/11/2021 £75,000 £20,189,083 YOUTH ENDOWMENT FUND We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
08/11/2021 £34,994 £79,695 MAYA PRODUCTIONS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £25,000 OWEN WHITE MANAGEMENT LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £47,941 CHIVAREE CIRCUS LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £36,651 STRYX This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £40,277 HANNAH MARSHALL STUDIO This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £69,299 ACUTE AUDIO PRODUCTIONS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £299,150 RED ENTERTAINMENT This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £74,379 SILVER GRAVE LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £57,567 BGG ENTERTAINMENT LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £36,000 DIPLOMATS OF SOUND This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
08/11/2021 £50,000 JBA CONCERTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
05/11/2021 £40,000 CIRCUS FUTURES This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
05/11/2021 £380,000 ONION COLLECTIVE CIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
05/11/2021 £29,708 £600 FOLIO THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
05/11/2021 £280,393 TREATMENT LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
05/11/2021 £41,726 BITTERSUITE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
05/11/2021 £850,000 J&C JOEL LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
04/11/2021 £350,000 £1,546,357 JULIES BICYCLE National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, libraries and museums projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.
04/11/2021 £15,000 BMDM EVENTS & MEDIA The Business Events Growth Programme, specifically the International Delegate Growth strand, supports the attraction of international business events and the growth of the international profile and attendance of business events in the UK.
04/11/2021 £20,000 VALIANT BUSINESS MEDIA The Business Events Growth Programme, specifically the International Delegate Growth strand, supports the attraction of international business events and the growth of the international profile and attendance of business events in the UK.
03/11/2021 £20,000 ACE DANCE AND MUSIC We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
03/11/2021 £90,000 LUPUS FILMS LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
03/11/2021 £200,000 FORTYNINESIXTY FILMS LTD. To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
03/11/2021 £46,459 NORTHERN MORRIS CINEMAS (BOWNESS) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
03/11/2021 £84,018 NORTHERN MORRIS CINEMAS (BOWNESS) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
03/11/2021 £81,685 THE PICTURE HOUSE CINEMA (KEIGHLEY) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
03/11/2021 £74,148 THE PLAZA CINEMA (SKIPTON) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
03/11/2021 £67,146 REGAL CINEMA (LANCASTER) LTD To support independent cinemas during covid
03/11/2021 £61,482 REX CINEMA (ELLAND) LTD To support independent cinemas during covid
02/11/2021 £3,980 SOCIETY FOR MUSEUM ARCHAEOLOGY The overarching aim of the project is to be able to demonstrate the current range and level of use of archaeological collections held by museums. This type of data has not been comprehensively gathered before but is required to better inform significant current debates relating to, for example, archaeological archives, and to support initiatives exploring the wide range of potential benefits that public access to archaeological heritage can deliver.
02/11/2021 £10,000 MANCHESTER FOOTBALL AND CHEADLE HULME CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled 3 lane practice net facility. This project lists its main activity as Cricket.
29/10/2021 £700,000 NASS FESTIVAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
29/10/2021 £330,000 TROUBADOUR To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
29/10/2021 £319,550 PYTCH LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
28/10/2021 £375,244 NATIONAL YOUTH THEATRE OF GREAT BRITAIN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
28/10/2021 £237,600 £1,324,123 THE FACTORY OF CREATIVITY This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £320,417 SPA PAVILION LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
28/10/2021 £35,128 HUNT & DARTON This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £46,165 THE ROTUNDA THEATRE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £1,000,000 JAMIE WILSON PRODUCTIONS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £123,853 LAVENDER BLACK EVENT CONSTRUCTION This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £31,312 STAGEPRO ACADEMY LTD This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £25,000 £86,099 ARDENT THEATRE COMPANY This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
28/10/2021 £32,000 £140,813 HANDSTAND ARTS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
27/10/2021 £140,552 £3,279,179 WILTSHIRE CREATIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £375,000 £6,553,496 THE ENGLISH STAGE COMPANY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £194,422 £3,461,820 PIONEER THEATRES LTD T/A THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £231,400 £4,260,768 HAMPSTEAD THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £1,103,842 £19,050,000 ENGLISH NATIONAL BALLET To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £290,000 BRISTOL OLD VIC AND THEATRE ROYAL TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £730,755 £4,767,172 REGENT'S PARK THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £350,000 £8,450,972 LEICESTER THEATRE TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £412,690 £8,413,352 PHILHARMONIA LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £253,065 YVONNE ARNAUD THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £123,600 £2,672,049 THE OCTAGON THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £446,005 BRIGHTON DOME & FESTIVAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £499,758 LEEDS THEATRE TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £600,000 £5,658,000 ROYAL EXCHANGE THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £700,000 £12,239,251 SHEFFIELD THEATRES TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £372,000 £8,913,633 NORTHERN BALLET LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £443,780 WAVENDON ALL MUSIC PLAN LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £429,705 £4,440,489 SS GREAT BRITAIN TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £230,314 ORANGE TREE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £475,318 £7,107,510 THE YOUNG VIC COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £487,423 £5,566,247 POOLE ARTS TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £813,367 £12,449,739 THE THEATRE ROYAL BATH LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £327,652 £4,105,571 THE MARY ROSE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £287,000 ALMEIDA THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £700,000 £10,645,238 THEATRE ROYAL (PLYMOUTH) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £298,434 £5,753,835 BATTERSEA ARTS CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £149,280 £4,614,872 THE WATERSHED ARTS TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £180,000 £6,664,672 GREATER MANCHESTER ARTS CENTRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £600,000 £6,563,762 RIVERSIDE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £410,805 WOLVERHAMPTON GRAND THEATRE 1982 LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £135,000 £1,830,406 CUMBRIA THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £451,665 £1,283,794 INNER CITY MUSIC LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £468,341 RAMBERT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £432,000 BROOKLANDS MUSEUM TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £307,000 £3,516,484 NORTHERN STAGE (THEATRICAL PRODUCTIONS) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £282,648 £1,649,123 LEICESTER ARTS CENTRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £162,968 £3,187,202 NOTTINGHAM MEDIA CENTRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £115,631 £2,808,773 JUNCTION CDC LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £219,730 £1,479,425 CRESWELL HERITAGE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £278,115 £3,301,391 KINGSTON THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £233,870 AEROSPACE BRISTOL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £465,859 £1,213,822 ROSES THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £325,000 £3,612,531 DE LA WARR PAVILION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £200,000 £2,378,892 THE ARTS DEPOT TRUST LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £435,234 £8,790,666 THE NORTHAMPTON THEATRES TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £283,599 £5,473,000 LIVERPOOL AND MERSEYSIDE THEATRES TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £348,261 £12,274,766 CHICHESTER FESTIVAL THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £347,644 MANCHESTER PRIDE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £296,000 £6,138,410 THE TANK MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £428,000 £2,375,910 THE CHARLESTON TRUST (BLOOMSBURY IN SUSSEX) To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £240,000 £4,517,590 ARTICHOKE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £275,000 £5,670,924 UK STORYHOUSE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £293,777 £3,635,935 LUTON CULTURAL SERVICES TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £450,000 £14,516,000 LONDON TRANSPORT MUSEUM LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £504,631 UNIVERSITY OF DERBY THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £348,783 £3,835,157 LAKELAND ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £80,000 ENFIELD COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £301,000 MIDDLESBROUGH COUNCIL CULTURAL SERVICES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £319,500 PETERBOROUGH NEW THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £287,360 LITE ALTERNATIVE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £160,762 BONDCO 628 LTD T/A CORPORATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £297,000 ZIPPOS CIRCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £500,000 NOTTINGHAM ICE CENTRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £505,474 A&J BIG TOPS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £198,093 EPIC STUDIOS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £196,064 BUSH HALL (MUSIC) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £383,060 VISUAL ELEMENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £600,000 GLASTONBURY FESTIVAL EVENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £403,877 FOURTH GENERATION LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £305,000 VILLAGE UNDERGROUND To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £391,202 ARTS AT THE MILL CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £331,548 CAMP & FURNACE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £400,000 Y NOT FESTIVALS UK LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £732,559 CULTURE SQUARED C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £284,440 SELLADOOR PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £133,767 INTERNATIONAL DESIGN EVENTS ASSOCIATED (HOLDINGS) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £95,852 LOCAL GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION (LGA) We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
27/10/2021 £350,126 PETERBOROUGH CITY COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £194,535 THE CHELTENHAM TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £164,470 £1,121,583 THE BARN THEATRE PROJECT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £1,000,000 THE MARLOWE THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £428,000 £2,562,685 WOOLWICH CREATIVE DISTRICT TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £340,000 ROYAL COURT LIVERPOOL LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £416,950 SING UP To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £360,072 TYNESIDE CINEMA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £320,000 UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £657,000 VILA CLUBS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £487,734 SUBMIN HOLDINGS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £146,500 ARTS & HERITAGE (PHC) PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £200,000 ZEPHYR PUSHERS NEEDED LTD To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
27/10/2021 £389,838 UK PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £318,000 NATATOMISAM LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £618,806 TROUBADOUR THEATRES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £479,032 FACTORY HOLDINGS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £367,886 HARROW ARTS CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £26,523 £11,644 SCHOOL OF LARKS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £682,000 THEATRE ROYAL & ROYAL CONCERT HALL NOTTINGHAM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £228,443 NORFOLK MUSEUMS SERVICE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £210,108 THE WHITWORTH, UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £484,639 HO ENTS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £198,461 DARLINGTON HIPPODROME To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £300,000 CHARTERED INSTITUTE OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION PROFESSIONALS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £423,000 LONDON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £545,000 £10,128,000 BIRMINGHAM REPERTORY THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £294,952 £3,458,340 YORK CITIZENS' THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
27/10/2021 £423,580 THE MILL AT SONNING THEATRE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £2,498 BCP COUNCIL Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole (BCP) Council is seeking to embed the historic character of the watercourse as a fundamental component of the development of the Stour Valley Park in Dorset. Stour Valley Park stretches from Sturminster Marshall near Kingston Lacy down to Hengistbury Head where the Stour reaches the sea: a straight-line distance of over 24km. Stour Valley Park is an innovative landscape approach to managing green spaces and is being supported by the Future Parks Accelerator in preparing the core documents that will enable the Park to be implemented effectively and sustainably.
26/10/2021 £1,288,643 £10,267,688 LEEDS GRAND THEATRE AND OPERA HOUSE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £208,455 ACAVA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £700,000 HAY FESTIVAL OF LITERATURE AND THE ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £445,761 £4,162,851 THE CAMBRIDGE ARTS THEATRE TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £166,000 £1,007,712 SHOREDITCH TOWN HALL TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £172,931 THE KINGS THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £163,633 £1,307,053 TRINITY COMMUNITY ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £787,190 KINGS PLACE MUSIC FOUNDATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £125,000 £1,769,157 THE PARK THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £450,000 CITY ACADEMY ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £595,000 £7,627,502 HAMPSHIRE CULTURAL TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £320,000 LEEDS 2023 To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £121,484 DISCOVER THE BLUEDOT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £98,046 JAMM HOT LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
26/10/2021 £697,500 NORTH DEVON THEATRES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
25/10/2021 £25,000 DERBY CITY COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
25/10/2021 £20,000 WESSEX ARCHAEOLOGY This is a collaborative avocational-professional project to continue the investigation of two of the most important historic wreck sites discovered in English Territorial Waters in recent years, NW 68 and NW 96 on the Shingles Bank, Western Solent. The former may be a 17th century loss, the latter 16th century. Both sites are extremely rare heritage assets and are expected to be designated under the Protection of Wrecks Act during 2021.
25/10/2021 £9,000 THE HEMSWORTH MINERS SOCIAL CLUB LIMITED Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Roof Repairs. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
22/10/2021 £148,500 £3,213,751 THE HAVERING THEATRE TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £133,713 £985,949 THREE CHOIRS FESTIVAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £86,000 HAWKWOOD COLLEGE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £176,807 £550,892 ROSEHILL ARTS TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 BLACKFRIARS ARTS CENTRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £103,375 £1,108,139 THE GREENWICH THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £130,461 £13,415 STOKE ON TRENT & NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £98,636 GREENWICH & LEWISHAM YOUNG PEOPLE'S THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £57,616 £315,941 GREENWICH DANCE AGENCY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £43,084 £139,179 COMBINED MILITARY SERVICES MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,000 £283,285 ILKLEY LITERATURE FESTIVAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,000 £1,365,135 THE DUKE'S PLAYHOUSE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,500 NATURAL THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 £398,060 ORCHESTRAS FOR ALL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 £608,076 THE CLAY FOUNDATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £101,972 £1,387,880 THE HOUNSLOW ARTS TRUST LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,735 £193,423 THE LONG SHOP MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 EAST ANGLIA TRANSPORT MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £109,500 THEATRE ROYAL WAKEFIELD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 DANCEWEST LONDON LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,866 £1,324,123 THE FACTORY OF CREATIVITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £53,366 £225,522 THICKSKIN THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £58,845 LONDON MUSEUM OF WATER & STEAM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £111,500 HULL TRUCK THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £42,000 NORWICH PUPPET THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £80,000 £949,044 THE ENGLISH CONCERT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £80,000 MUSEUM OF NORTH CRAVEN LIFE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £165,787 LIVE MUSIC NOW To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £118,181 THE ACTORS CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £182,000 £3,601,637 KILN THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,084 NEW DIORAMA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 £536,353 FOUR CORNERS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £122,000 £1,921,285 KIRKLEES THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 £142,928 CORNWALL THEATRE COMPANY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £90,000 £594,358 MUSIC FOR YOUTH To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,877 £583,389 THE LONDON INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £43,500 £115,171 PASCAL THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 £1,167,995 OVALHOUSE THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £95,000 £1,820,114 EXETER PHOENIX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,030 LONDON MOZART PLAYERS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,833 TRESTLE THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,000 FAIRGROUND HERITAGE CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £112,164 TARA ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £36,990 GRAND UNION MUSIC THEATRE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £46,300 £570,448 THE SPRING ARTS & HERITAGE CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £58,000 SILK HERITAGE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £122,000 WORCESTER LIVE CHARITABLE TRUST LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 SAME SKY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £155,194 £2,623,575 THE BLUECOAT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 £466,417 MILTON KEYNES MUSEUM TRUST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £198,803 FACT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £56,944 £966,151 EX CATHEDRA LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £187,015 £735,852 NATIONAL CHILDREN'S ORCHESTRAS OF GREAT BRITAIN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £56,000 £396,653 THE BRUNEL MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £151,134 RIVER & ROWING MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £18,038 THEATRE SANS FRONTIERES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £156,325 £1,020,385 UNION CHAPEL PROJECT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £36,266 £1,216,940 JEWISH MUSEUM LONDON To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,480 £1,224,736 CLEAN BREAK THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £109,364 £1,842,371 THE CRITERION THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 £399,977 TORQUAY MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,610 £349,352 GUILD OF ST MARY'S CENTRE LICHFIELD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 £857,990 CANDOCO DANCE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,868 RIDICULUSMUS THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 MERSEYSIDE DANCE INITIATIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £139,055 £2,137,011 GREENWICH + DOCKLANDS FESTIVALS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 JACKDAWS MUSIC EDUCATION TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 £17,877 KALA CHETHENA KATHAKALI TROUPE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,890 £1,645,372 CARDBOARD CITIZENS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £160,141 STUDIO WAYNE MCGREGOR To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 STRANGE CARGO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,000 £5,107,768 THE HALL FOR CORNWALL TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 NATIONAL STUDENT DRAMA FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £67,315 £545,665 SPITALFIELDS FESTIVAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £80,000 TOWERSEY FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £256,716 FUTURES THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,008 £791,785 EAST LONDON DANCE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,103 £98,426 RECKLESS SLEEPERS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,390 £385,184 BURNLEY YOUTH THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,000 £316,908 THE SHOWROOM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £135,000 £644,169 THE CLOD ENSEMBLE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,648 £500,021 CAMDEN PEOPLE'S THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 THE CHELSEA THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,754 £440,608 CLASSICAL OPERA & THE MOZARTISTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,750 £207,945 BIRMINGHAM CONSERVATION TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £149,730 £1,272,347 STUDIO VOLTAIRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £121,130 WORDSWORTH TRUST, THE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 £754,450 THE ORCHESTRA OF THE SWAN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £97,901 £535,972 FEVERED SLEEP To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,593 £160,180 NORTHERN ROOTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £103,900 £553,026 THE ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY 1844 To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £89,000 EASTSIDE EDUCATIONAL TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £73,721 £393,452 BATH PHILHARMONIA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,000 LIVERPOOL LIGHTHOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 £702,070 WOMEN'S PRIZE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £109,567 £1,863,315 PLAY TO THE CROWD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £123,344 £598,724 NORTHERN BROADSIDES THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,476 SETTLE VICTORIA HALL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £59,839 LONDON BACH SOCIETY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,250 £125,537 JAZZ UMBRELLA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £120,000 £2,449,500 THE CORN EXCHANGE (NEWBURY) TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £118,900 KENDAL BREWERY ARTS CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 £394,054 RURAL ARTS NORTH YORKSHIRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £125,641 THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WRITERS IN EDUCATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,885 £94,302 DEPTFORD X LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,650 MENAGERIE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,110 £784,000 PROPER JOB THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £67,213 ARTLINK HULL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 £326,629 DISABILITY ARTS IN SHROPSHIRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £117,077 £348,638 IFORD ARTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £54,042 £651,323 STREETWISE OPERA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,104 HOUSE OF ILLUSTRATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 CAPE FAREWELL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £138,950 £1,325,029 BERNIE GRANT CENTRE PARTNERSHIP To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £146,230 £2,102,350 STOCKTON ARTS CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,688 £346,393 PLYMOUTH MUSIC ZONE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £55,870 £236,955 MANCHESTER JAZZ FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,000 FROME CHEESE & GRAIN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £64,500 BRIGHTON EARLY MUSIC FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,000 £1,761,468 THE STORY MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £84,399 £936,581 ARMONICO CONSORT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 £493,347 UP PROJECTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 £416,124 NEW INTERNATIONAL ENCOUNTER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £77,000 IFT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 £346,216 CITY ARTS NOTTINGHAM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,895 THE CRICK CRACK CLUB To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,351 £450,328 BRIGHTON FRINGE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £42,500 £483,721 THEATRE503 LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £91,336 £718,115 GABRIELI To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £20,185 £179,044 SALTBURN COMMUNITY AND ARTS ASSOCIATION LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £628,769 STOPGAP DANCE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,500 DANTE OR DIE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,000 £475,348 POET IN THE CITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £74,400 ENGLISH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 £1,060,330 JACKSON'S LANE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £69,940 £959,898 DIVERSE CITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £77,400 £208,319 KESWICK MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY MANAGEMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,000 IRISH CULTURAL CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £71,067 THEATRE DELICATESSEN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,919 £206,524 SKIMSTONE ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 MAP CHARITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 SOUTHBANK To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,445 £127,861 SAVVY THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,145 £645,289 LIBERDADE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 THE VOICE PROJECT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £48,086 £381,403 EGO PERFORMANCE COMPANY LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 £404,451 DITCHLING MUSEUM OF ART + CRAFT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £123,414 £1,674,381 HOFESH SHECHTER COMPANY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,661 THE EDGE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 WREN MUSIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 BECCLES PUBLIC HALL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,936 CREATIVE YOUTH To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 ADVERSE CAMBER PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,944 £170,071 IRIS THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £86,000 OMNIBUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,966 £99,320 THE BROCKLEY JACK THEATRE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £57,561 ICARUS THEATRE COLLECTIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £63,773 £920,218 CORBY CUBE THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £53,915 £375,565 UPSWING AERIAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,500 ARTS CANTEEN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,580 GROUNDSWELL ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 £1,336,479 THE GODIVA AWAKES TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £61,750 COMMUNITY FOCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,111 STUFF AND NONSENSE THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 THE GUILDHALL TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,571 £614,234 LAUGHTERHOUSE ON THE ROAD LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £11,462 1927 To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £153,792 £2,455,110 TULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM AND ART GALLERY TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £117,221 THEATRE TEMOIN LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £120,000 £1,314,514 THE YARD THEATRE LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £57,886 NEW MOVEMENT COLLECTIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £79,818 £453,516 APPLECARTLIVE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £142,000 £1,191,945 MARINA THEATRE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,938 £144,670 PEUT-ETRE THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £61,221 THE SUNFLOWER LOUNGE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,459 £119,420 MID PENNINE ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £130,000 £952,534 BELARUS FREE THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £59,000 £840,616 READING REPERTORY THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 THE ALBANY THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £102,143 £1,452,600 FUEL PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £135,024 LICHFIELD GARRICK THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £120,680 £386,805 C.A.S.T. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £127,000 £604,446 BRASS BANDS ENGLAND To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £92,057 MILITARY WIVES CHOIRS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,000 £382,441 MORTAL FOOLS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £237,990 £650,579 HASTINGS CONTEMPORARY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,161 £142,581 LITTLE GREEN PIG To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £69,216 £10,648,000 HENSHAWS SOCIETY FOR BLIND PEOPLE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 £191,085 ABRAM WILSON FOUNDATION FOR CREATIVE ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £94,170 £427,301 LONDON SCHOOL OF MOSAIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £122,722 EXETER NORTHCOTT THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £100,773 THE SPIRE ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £72,500 £903,977 AURORA ORCHESTRA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £120,000 £1,842,121 SAFFRON HALL TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,500 £279,970 CURIOUS MONKEY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £39,735 FUSE ART SPACE CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,431 RHUM & CLAY THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £63,500 THREE RIVERS DISTRICT COUNCIL - WATERSMEET THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £109,565 ISLINGTON ASSEMBLY HALL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £114,780 THE BRINDLEY THEATRE (HALTON BOROUGH COUNCIL) To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £39,238 WESTON-SUPER-MARE TOWN COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 PINK LANE JAZZ COOP LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,500 TEES MUSIC ALLIANCE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £199,486 ARGENT LEISURE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £99,000 INTERMUSICA ARTISTS' MANAGEMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £217,336 WOMAD LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 HURRICANE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,500 PURPOSETHEME LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 RADIOACTIVE CLOTHING LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 CMG PROMOTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £200,000 SCENIC PROJECTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £73,670 RINSE IT OUT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £178,050 FTF WORLDWIDE EVENT MANAGEMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,993 THE STAR&GARTER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £126,162 BEECHFAIR LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £123,500 KOMEDIA LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £11,000 UPSTAGE THEATRE SUPPLIES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,800 CUBE CINEMA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 ZOE RECORDS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £97,487 RED ROSE CHAIN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 CHILDREN'S RADIO UK LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £54,067 THE STAGE DOOR SOUTHAMPTON LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £130,000 FEELPRIME LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 CALLING THE SHOTS FILMS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £80,509 URBAN DEVELOPMENT LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 KAPITOL PROMOTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £90,471 GLS LIGHT & SOUND PRODUCTION LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 JAMIE MARCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £66,156 SPYMONKEY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £150,000 CHAPLINS ENTERTAINMENT LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £87,500 SCREEN SOUTH To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £102,902 GLYNIS HENDERSON PRODUCTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,993 FRONTLINEDANCE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 MRC ENTERPRISES LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,466 FUNNY WOMEN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £13,432 THE MOTH HOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 ENCORE MARKETING LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,219 INCANDESCENCE PRODUCTION COMPANY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £104,922 HAPPY PROMOTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 MUSIC ROOM SOLUTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £282,810 EVOLUTION PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £20,971 INTELLIGENT LIGHTING SERVICES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £71,750 NEW VORTEX JAZZ CLUB To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,500 CRAFT FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £166,846 SOUTH CENTRAL LONDON LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 THE CHAPS PRODUCTION CO. LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 CAMBRIDGE EDUCATIONAL SERVICES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £72,000 POSITIVE FOKUS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £120,000 FAIRPORT CONVENTION LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £150,000 CORSICA STUDIOS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £43,000 COMO NO PROMOTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,000 THE COLUMBO GROUP LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £74,851 CHAMELEON MUSIC MARKETING LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 BASSLINE CIRCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £115,000 REPREZENT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £94,000 THE ORIGINAL THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £203,431 GAG REFLEX LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,678 THE JOHN GODBER COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,500 WE ARE CAPTURE LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £226,038 IMAGINE THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,710 THE COURTYARD THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £180,000 THE JAM FACTORY OXFORD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,050 BAR THIRTY TWO LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £176,582 M:TECH EDUCATION SERVICES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £58,556 E3 PRODUCTION LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 THEATRE WORKOUT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,367 AF LIVE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £65,730 WESTEND STAGE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 MOSELEY FOLK LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £61,000 VANS FOR BANDS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £39,500 MOLLOY ENTERPRISES LTD T/A CASTLE & FALCON To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £47,594 LANCE SHOW & PUBLICATIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 CELLAR DOOR PROMOTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £51,008 FACTORY STUDIOS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £110,557 7E YOUTH ACADEMY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,000 ELECTRIC STAR LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,275 C3 PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,933 THE DREAM ENGINE INTERNATIONAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,350 JM MUSIC LIMITED T/A MUSICCONNEX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 DCLX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,850 SURFACE AREA DANCE THEATRE CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,257 PRIME CAFE LTD T/A ESQUIRES COFFEE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,200 GORILLA CIRCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 SOUNDART RADIO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £129,822 HARTSHORN - HOOK ENTERPRISES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,042 EC LIGHTHOUSE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £42,272 HANDMADE IN BRITAIN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,470 TRIO ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £41,400 THE ART HOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,800 FIFTH WORD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,266 LES ENFANTS TERRIBLES THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,000 FIORENTINI ARTS SCHOOL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £18,750 KUPFER PROJECT SPACE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £320,521 THE WYLDES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,301 KILLER ARTISTS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £14,200 ALLENHEADS CONTEMPORARY ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 SHREWSBURY FOLK FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 SOUNDCITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 GOLOWAN FESTIVAL COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,000 THEY EAT CULTURE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £187,970 SUGAR LEISURE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £157,000 REALLY CREATIVE MEDIA LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,795 ARCH 468 THEATRE STUDIO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,768 ROGUEPLAY THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £56,281 FRESH ARTS C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £55,000 SOUND AND RIGGING SOLUTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £57,643 VISUAL CONNECTION LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 LV21 LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £95,000 SEABRIGHT PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,500 OCKHAM'S RAZOR To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,500 ILLUSTRATED WORLD SERIES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £80,042 SPIRITUAL BAR To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 THE BIG SING To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £155,001 OTHERPLACE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,566 MLM CONCERTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 EUROPEAN CIRCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 PLANET CIRCUS EQUIPMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 PEP CIRCUS PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £97,000 PROMOTER FRIENDLY AGENCY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 NISSEN RICHARDS STUDIO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £92,000 LITTLE WOLF ENTERTAINMENT LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,585 BLACK & WHITE MUSIC LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £189,752 ODIN EVENTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £210,051 HERITAGE ARTS COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 MUSICITY GLOBAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 PECULIUS STAGE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,212 TOPSY TURVY THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £119,708 DEER SHED FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £41,758 CHIPPERFIELD ENTERTAINMENTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 SALFORD ARTS THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,000 GHB HIRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,200 FRETWORK To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,500 LIVE MUSIC PRODUCERS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,866 JELLYBOOKS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 PINDERS CIRCUS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 MIKE LEA ENTERTAINMENTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 NONONSENSE (GROUP) LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 STAGE 84 PERFORMING ARTS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £117,810 ARCADIA SPECTACULAR LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £96,000 LONDON DANCE ACADEMY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £46,373 GLITTER PANTOMIMES LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,500 SOUNDS FROM THE OTHER CITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £61,597 CHAI WALLAHS EVENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,500 ODDSOCKS COMMUNICATIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £67,186 RG MEDIA LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,798 THEATRE AD INFINITUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £177,356 DALSTON BREAD AND WINE LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 WOWBAGGER PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,911 SATELLITE FILMS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £165,000 THE BAKEHOUSE FACTORY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £52,500 MAXIMUM BOOST MANAGEMENT LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £99,200 AEC LIVE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £138,100 THATONE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,070 OPUS MUSIC COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £90,000 NGE MUSIC LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,408 2ENGAGE PERFORMING ARTS C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £124,680 CIRQUE BERSERK LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £99,181 TALKING HEADS (SOUTHAMPTON) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,788 DHRUV ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,628 KALEIDER LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 POLISH EXPATS ASSOCIATION CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 PAR PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 I LOVE LIVE EVENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £36,000 18 HOURS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £15,000 LATINO LIFE LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 ENCORE ENTERPRISES CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 MUSIC HACKSPACE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 EXETER CAVERN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 REVOLUTION PERFORMING ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,700 LOCAL MEDIA INITIATIVES CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £90,000 BIRD ON THE WIRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £58,207 ARTSTRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 HEARTBREAK PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £46,000 SANDWELL & BIRMINGHAM MELA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,000 SUN PIER HOUSE CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 LONDON CONTEMPORARY VOICES LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £36,755 KD THEATRE PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £43,522 RIGGER ROCK VENUE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,553 THE NEST COLLECTIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £52,157 DYNAMITE FX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 ONPOINT DISTRIBUTION LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £93,000 OLD TOWN SOUNDS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 RIFT EXCURSIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,912 WET PICNIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,093 STRYX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,187 MEI THEATRICAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,095 WESTCOAST KENT COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 CREATIVE INDUSTRIES FEDERATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,435 BRISTOL IMPROV THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £41,000 JAZZ RE:FRESHED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £113,739 SGM LIGHT UK LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £47,000 COBALT TOO C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,548 EXPERIMENTAL EXPERIENCE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,500 COLLUSION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 OLD EMPIRE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £43,780 HIGH RISE ENTERTAINMENT CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 BDC @ BROADWAY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,766 FIT THE BILL LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,285 DEUS EX MACHINA PRODUCTIONS LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 PLAIN VIEW PRODUCTION LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £22,504 CWS SOUND & LIGHTING LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 CONDUCTIVE MUSIC C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £42,471 LOCO KLUB To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 HOWLIN' HOUND PRODUCTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £78,224 INVISIBLE WIND FACTORY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,800 JAMES WILTON DANCE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,000 GREENE EVENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 THE INTERNATIONAL MUSIC EXCHANGE LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,370 ARTILLERY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £90,479 THE WEDGEWOOD ROOMS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £109,533 THE MANUAL LONDON LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £21,313 HUB ARTS MAP To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 COLUMBO SOUTH LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 FARM FACTORY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,562 THE HOXTON DISTILLERY LTD / TA THE MACBETH To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,466 THE ARTS CENTRE, HOUNSLOW To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £88,709 FLO 432 LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 ACTION IT THEATRE COMPANY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £61,533 THE NIGHT OWL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 CC TOURS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £275,133 MADE FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £95,406 SIMON FRIEND ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,827 BLOCK UNIVERSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £72,240 PHOENIX CULTURAL CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,658 HORDERN CIANI LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £229,678 EVENTS WITH INTENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,003 KP PROJECTS CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,500 ATOM PROMOTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £58,000 PRINTERS PLAYHOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,675 SMALL POND RECORDINGS LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £98,509 FMLY AGENCY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,180 RAUCOUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 NEON PERFORMING ARTS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £53,490 THE MARGATE SCHOOL LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £247,812 BIRMINGHAM 29 (UK) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £22,500 BAILEY AUDIO SYSTEMS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,500 THEATRE N16 To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 COLUMBO JAZZ LIMITED T/A JAZZ CAFé To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,742 BMP THE SOUND RECORDING COMPANY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 MARSM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £19,916 IDLE WOMEN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 LA WAYAKA CURRENT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £21,958 TEMPO SOUND LTD (T/A REGGAE ROAST) To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,682 ORMSIDE PROJECTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £23,525 SARJAN NARTAN ACADEMY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,516 INSPECTOR SANDS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,673 FRESH ARTS THEATRE SCHOOL LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £54,080 ULTIMATE ARTISTES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,072 FAR BEYOND DRIVEN LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £59,300 TGC CONCERTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £53,000 SUMMER REP SEASON LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £89,760 THE WHITE HOTEL LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,336 LUMEN PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,676 CREATIVE COMMUNITY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 MANHATTAN EVENTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £329,267 BOLTON COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £153,000 CHESTERFIELD BOROUGH COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 GLOUCESTER CITY COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 MOLE VALLEY DISTRICT COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,805 £93,154 SLIDE DANCE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £42,000 £544,002 GRIMM & CO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £78,665 £462,125 ALEXANDER WHITLEY DANCE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,615 LOST DOG DANCE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £64,655 NONSUCH THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,616 CAP-A-PIE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,000 £283,096 HYNDBURN ARTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £176,417 CHINA PLATE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,000 ORPHEUS SINFONIA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £155,985 KING'S HEAD THEATRE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,824 £420,851 SPANISH THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 THEATRE OF DEBATE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £150,000 £1,554,977 CHINEKE FOUNDATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £21,994 £5,087 UTOPIA THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £36,900 RAMADAN TENT PROJECT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,299 ART NIGHT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £187,795 GUNNERSBURY PARK MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £57,000 UNEXPECTED PLACES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 £981,123 WEST HORSLEY PLACE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £366,800 £955,696 CORAM SHAKESPEARE SCHOOLS FOUNDATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 £413,719 ENGLISH FOLK EXPO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £143,000 SUNDERLAND CULTURE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,984 DAVID GLASS ENSEMBLE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,467 FIND YOUR VOICE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,445 £176,781 BEEE CREATIVE CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,115 BRIGHTON PEOPLE'S THEATRE CIO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £118,513 SOUP KITCHEN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £11,973 £526,799 ROBERT F. KENNEDY HUMAN RIGHTS UK LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,517 £203,911 ZOO CO CREATIVE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £98,000 £4,002,862 WORTHING THEATRES & MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £94,812 CREATIVE ACADEMIES NETWORK To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,000 SCART To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £220,346 HENLEY FESTIVAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £242,824 £998,971 CONWAY HALL ETHICAL SOCIETY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £123,231 MUSIC24 To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,901 THE RUBBISH ART PROJECT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,924 LIPSERVICE THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,700 SRISHTI To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £41,000 509ARTSLTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £39,885 REFORM RADIO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,410 OUT LOUD MUSIC COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £104,600 GOES WRONG TOURS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,350 HUDSON RECORDS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,000 GORDON BENNETT'S BAR LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 BAD VIBRATIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,226 LIVE ART BISTRO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £183,936 2 FOUR 6 MARKETING To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,067 SUZI GREEN LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 ELLIOTT HARPER PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £13,618 RUSSELLS INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 HUMANHOOD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £17,098 PARABOLIC THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,000 NEW ROADMENDER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,153 ACROJOU To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £55,000 WTKTD LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,500 MATCHSTICK THEATRE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £65,733 ONE TRIBE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,517 PESTIVAL COMMUNITY INTEREST COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,730 ADRENALINE AND ENDORPHIN PRODUCTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £41,996 LONDON SCREENWRITERS FESTIVAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,311 WARTS AND ALL THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £16,000 ROGUE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,200 LITTLE INVENTORS WORLDWIDE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £46,164 SHOW AND TELL PRODUCTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,339 DT PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,642 FARNE ENTERPRISES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £87,306 THE ROCKHOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £114,803 ALCHEMY LEEDS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £56,027 BERK'S NEST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 ONSONGMUSIC LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,867 FAT RASCAL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £173,768 MY FEST1VAL EVENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,500 VALCATO ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £81,219 SMART POWER LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,555 DOWN FOR THE COUNT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £41,292 FAST ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,800 LIMBIC CINEMA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,000 THE STOLLER HALL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,500 ARTPOD LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £55,700 THE PAPPYSHOW To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,516 HOP PROJECTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,576 ABUNDANT ART UK AND ABUNDANT ART GALLERY LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £46,976 THE DOROTHY PAX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 MORLEY INDUSTRIES LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 HEY! MANCHESTER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 SPACER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 201 DANCE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 FISH FACTORY ARTS CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £126,051 BOARDWALK LEISURE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,500 MUSIC HALLS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £92,644 MCKEOWN EVENTS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,000 SUNBIRD RECORDS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £39,600 TILTED WIG PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,300 LYCAEUM MUSIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,000 SET IT OFF LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,166 MIMOSA HOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £91,250 BEC ARENA LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 LATERALIZE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 TOTAL CONTROL SOUND LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,126 ROUTESTOCK CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £18,572 FAITH IN STRANGERS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £109,560 KRANK EVENTS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 MADDING CROWD LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £57,602 AKITO LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 HADDENHAM ARTS CENTRE C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 VENTNOR EXCHANGE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £48,210 THE QUEER HOUSE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,247 NIGHTRAIN ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 AAJA DEPTFORD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,357 PRESERVE THE HERITAGE AND NATURAL ENVIRONMENT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £157,047 THE MILL BIRMINGHAM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £140,000 KINGDOM CHOIR RECORDINGS LIMITED (KCRL) To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,700 DISTRICT 61 JORDAN STREET LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,599 OH MY GOD! IT'S THE CHURCH To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £77,000 ILOW HQ LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £32,500 THE ROSE AND MONKEY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £20,101 THE WONDER CIRCUS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £150,000 KDR-EVENTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 BABAR CAFE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,148 OAKE ENTERTAINMENT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 MKM EVENTS CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,000 78 SACKVILLE ST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,750 LOOKOUT BRIGHTON CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,500 LANZAROTE WORKS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £52,065 MADE TO MEASURE PRODUCTIONS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £55,000 RJE MUSIC LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £21,459 LYME BAY ARTS CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 DEDICATION STORIES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,000 IKLECTIK ART LAB CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £50,000 ZICON ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £57,196 THE POST TOTTENHAM LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £45,211 THE REVEL PUCKS LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,356 LITTLE PEOPLE BIG NOISE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £115,000 SIYAN GROUP LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £29,000 LA DISCOTHèQUE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 WINDMILL YOUNG ACTORS CIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 CREATIVE SPACES NORTH EAST C.I.C. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £48,314 THE GLASS FOUNDRY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £42,000 TURBINE CREATIVES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £40,000 OFF THE UK To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £126,025 TEMPEST PROPERTY HOLDINGS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £287,635 FORM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £33,626 SIN CRU To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £78,000 GET YOUR WIGLE ON To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 BLACK COUNTRY DANCE HUB To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £186,712 FROM THE FIELDS LTD. To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,480 THREE LITTLE BIRDS LLP (YORK) To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,386 QU JUNKTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,339 EXCHANGE VENUE BRISTOL LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 SARABAND (SCOTLAND) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 SIGNDANCE COLLECTIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £75,787 ELECTRIC BALLROOM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £148,094 HANDSHAKE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £180,000 YES/NO PRODUCTIONS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £150,000 KNIGHTWOOD LEISURE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £105,000 VELICO LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,500 KINGDOM SERVICES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £130,449 HPSS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,500 PISHTER LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £350,000 M D M PROPS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £190,000 KAMBE EVENTS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £44,905 YIPPEE PRODUCTIONS LTD T/A JUST THE TONIC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £23,461 INSIGHT LIGHTING LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £97,422 VALLEY FEST LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,294 SOUND PERSPECTIVE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,171 SOUND DEPT. LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,697 THEATRE TENT CO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £62,660 CRACK INDUSTRIES LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £127,475 GOLDCOAST OCEANFEST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £86,500 SHONE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £52,815 MI SOUL RADIO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £76,896 ENCHANTED ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £228,000 LIGHT MOTIF LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £115,549 INNOVATION POWER LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £128,765 TOKYO INDUSTRIES (ULTIMATE) LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £28,000 DOCKS ACADEMY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,000 MFR LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £221,365 TRIPLE A ENTERTAINMENT LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,650 KITMAPPER LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £267,069 WITNESS LONDON LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £60,000 BLITZ To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £98,122 TOLA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £147,137 KRS PRODUCTIONS LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £167,992 MUSTARD GROUP LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £51,990 WINLATTER LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,440 DIPLOMATS OF SOUND To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £78,496 SHAUN EYLES & MARTIN BLAKE T/A TRINITY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 THE MONO BOX To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £160,000 THE VICTORIA THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,411 NORTHAMPTON LABOUR CLUB T/A THE LAB To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,755 MUSEUM OF OXFORD, OXFORD CITY COUNCIL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,698 LORD WHITNEY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 THE CHAMELEON ARTS CAFE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £65,500 THE LOUISIANA, BRISTOL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £68,000 THE UNIVERSITY OF LINCOLN To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £145,000 THE CHAMBERS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £47,500 HERITAGE AND CULTURE - NSDC To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £48,000 MUSEUMS WORCESTERSHIRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,330 RYDAL MOUNT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 TAYLOR & FOLEY PROP MAKERS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,150 STELLAR PROJECTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,092 THE MAGNETS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £66,879 SMITHDOWN SOCIAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £65,739 GLOBAL GROOVES To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £110,000 BLOOM LEISURE LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £96,900 £343,833 THE POINT To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £87,280 £285,285 TYNE & WEAR ARCHIVES & MUSEUMS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £52,108 £318,789 MUSEUM OF ROYAL WORCESTER To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £22,566 £247,118 THE ROYAL REGIMENT OF FUSILIERS MUSEUM (ROYAL WARWICKSHIRE) To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,050 £214,550 STERTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £84,220 £389,122 THE LONDON CHAMBER ORCHESTRA TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,160 £494,649 NK THEATRE ARTS To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £27,000 FOREST OF DEAN SCULPTURE TRUST To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £35,000 £543,361 THE DELFINA FOUNDATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £23,130 £540,092 THE PEOPLE'S ORCHESTRA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £24,435 £128,455 ENSEMBLE REZA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £46,450 £502,043 OVO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £165,799 NONCLASSICAL To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £38,159 £210,633 HUBBUB THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £30,146 £663,154 THE MILL ARTS CENTRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £51,500 £620,166 MANCHESTER COLLECTIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £37,180 £155,723 THE RAZE COLLECTIVE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 £182,244 BAREFOOT OPERA To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £19,342 £107,625 THE ARTS CHARITY AT DEAN CLOUGH To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £26,000 £113,096 RAH RAH COMMUNITY THEATRE COMPANY To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £15,205 £138,168 POW! THANET To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £31,202 £76,681 PEN MUSEUM To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £49,328 £373,606 HIGHLY SPRUNG PERFORMANCE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £34,675 GAZEBO To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £25,000 LEICESTER YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £70,913 HASTINGS INTERNATIONAL PIANO CONCERTO COMPETITION To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £71,379 £1,555,312 THE LITTLE ANGEL THEATRE To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £125,000 £4,175,460 COLCHESTER MERCURY THEATRE LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £85,000 FARLEYS HOUSE & GALLERY LTD To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
22/10/2021 £100,000 DAVID PUGH LIMITED To support cultural organisations who have received funding from the Culture Recovery Fund: Grants programme, in the first or second rounds, and can clearly demonstrate the financial need for further funding in order to be able to operate on a viable and sustainable basis by 31 March 2022.
21/10/2021 £19,678 £41,611,000 NESTA We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
20/10/2021 £252,856 £23,198 BENTLEY ARLFC Funding under Sport England's RFL World Cup Legacy Funding funding programme for a Revenue project titled CreatedBy RLWC 2021 Programme. This project lists its main activity as Rugby League.
20/10/2021 £150,000 CARIBBEAN CRICKET CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Extend Clubhouse. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
20/10/2021 £100,000 EDEN DISTRICT COUNCIL Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Castle Park Tennis Project. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
20/10/2021 £83,476 CLEE HILL RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB LIMITED Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Pitch levelling and drainage. This project is a Rugby Union project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
20/10/2021 £32,000 ADOLESCENT PRODUCTIONS LTD To provide content for younger audiences
20/10/2021 £78,081 BUBBLES TV LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £126,852 CINEGOGH LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £84,782 KESWICK ALHAMBRA LTD To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £26,494 KINOKRIMINALITAT C.I.C. To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £78,140 MOCKINGBIRD ENTERTAINMENT LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £188,888 RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT & THEATRE LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £292,765 THEATRON MEDIA LIMITED (T/A THE CASTLE CINEMA) To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £29,704 TOTNES CINEMA CIC To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £180,000 GOLDEN ARROW PICTURES LIMITED To boost international development and distribution opportunities for the UK's independent screen sector
20/10/2021 £148,477 ILKLEY CINEMA LTD To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £62,534 WHIRLED CINEMA LTD. To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £162,244 PHOENIX CINEMA TRUST LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
20/10/2021 £17,000 TYNESIDE CINEMA To support the British film industry with a range of activities, such as development, production, distribution, exhibition and education
20/10/2021 £37,500 CALLING THE SHOTS (FILMS) LTD To support the British film industry with a range of activities, such as development, production, distribution, exhibition and education
19/10/2021 £8,000 PLYMOUTH CITY COUNCIL MAYFLOWER 400 We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
19/10/2021 £33,775 £273,317 KILLINGWORTH YOUNG PEOPLES CLUB Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Installation of a 3G pitch/Creation of a Multiactivity room. This project lists its main activity as Multi Sports.
19/10/2021 £12,000 NORFOLK MUSEUMS SERVICE We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
18/10/2021 £451,500 RAVENGLASS AND ESKDALE RAILWAY COMPANY LIMITED(THE) The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
18/10/2021 £10,500 CO CREATIVE SOLUTIONS LIMITED The Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage will support organisations across the heritage ecosystem that were financially sustainable before COVID-19, have exhausted all other financing options, and are now at risk of failure.
18/10/2021 £28,000 £130,131 SOLE BAY ARTS C.I.O. This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/10/2021 £25,000 CIRCUSWORKS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/10/2021 £32,000 ARTY-FACT THEATRE CO LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/10/2021 £71,551 THE BIG EVENT GROUP NORTH WEST LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/10/2021 £34,102 FUTURE UNDERGROUND NATION LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/10/2021 £149,759 BIZMONKEYS This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
18/10/2021 £42,445 GRIST TO THE MILL PRODUCTIONS LIMITED This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
15/10/2021 £53,035 BROWN LEISURE TA LEO LEISURE To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £99,962 C.& R.CINEMAS LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £46,324 DARTINGTON ARTS (DEPT OF THE DARTINGTON HALL TRUST) To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £102,732 FORUM CINEMA HEXHAM LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £543,315 GENESIS ENTERTAINMENT (MILE END) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £482,809 MERLIN CINEMAS LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £112,149 ORION CINEMAS LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £52,774 ORION IMAGE LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £143,825 PDJ CINEMAS LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £100,534 PDJ CINEMAS LYTHAM LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £116,596 PDJ CINEMAS (ROMFORD) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £454,542 PECKHAMPLEX LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £234,306 REALLY LOCAL GROUP (CATFORD MEWS) LTD To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £140,461 £935,263 THE RIO CENTRE (DALSTON) LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £100,142 SAFFRON WALDEN COMMUNITY CINEMA LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £185,049 SPACE MAN LTD T/A THE LEXI CINEMA To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £63,579 WETHERBY FILM THEATRE LTD To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £316,117 KINO DIGITAL LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £404,313 LUMIERE KINESIS LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £60,099 RYEDALE ENTERTAINMENTS LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £442,657 THE SHEFFIELD MEDIA AND EXHIBITION CENTRE LIMITED To support independent cinemas during covid
15/10/2021 £4,797 PLYMOUTH ARTS CINEMA To support independent cinemas during covid
14/10/2021 £90,000 ST ALBANS CITY AND DISTRICT COUNCIL Funding under Sport England's Community Asset Fund funding programme for a Capital project titled Marlborough Pavilion - New Community Hub. This project is a Multi Sports project, with a focus on beneficiaries from a BAME background.
14/10/2021 £48,000 SURFING ENGLAND LTD Funding under Sport England's Sport Survival Package funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID-19 SSP Surfing NGB. This project lists its main activity as Surfing.
13/10/2021 £53,109 ZU-UK (ZECORA URA THEATRE COMPANY) This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/10/2021 £80,000 COREYBAKERDANCE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/10/2021 £150,000 £37,326 FARNLEY FALCONS ARLFC Funding under Sport England's RFL World Cup Legacy Funding funding programme for a Capital project titled RLWC: Clubhouse. This project lists its main activity as Rugby League.
13/10/2021 £32,478 BARREL ORGAN This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/10/2021 £75,000 DIY MUSIC This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
13/10/2021 £16,875 TIGERLILY TWO LIMITED To provide content for younger audiences
12/10/2021 £49,633 STONECRABS THEATRE COMPANY This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
12/10/2021 £36,390 LITTLE EARTHQUAKE This fund aims to provide emergency funding awards to culturally significant organisations that were financially sustainable before Covid-19 but are now at imminent risk of failure and have exhausted all other options for increasing their resilience.
12/10/2021 £3,960 SHEFFIELD PERFORMANCE CENTRE Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 Return to Play. This project is a Badminton project, with a focus on younger beneficiaries.
12/10/2021 £3,000 WINGERWORTH BOWLING CLUB Funding under Sport England's Return to Play - Small Grants funding programme for a Revenue project titled COVID19 Return to Play. This project is a Bowls project, with a focus on beneficiaries with a disability.
11/10/2021 £2,425 ARCHAEOPRESS PUBLISHING LIMITED The formulation of a dissemmination strategy for Stratton DMV
11/10/2021 £10,000 £361,922 IPSWICH BMX CLUB Funding under Sport England's Places to Ride Facilities Programme funding programme for a Capital project titled Places to Ride. This project lists its main activity as Cycling.
08/10/2021 £7,850 NAUTICAL ARCHAEOLOGY SOCIETY(THE) The tight restrictions of the UKs Covid-19 pandemic response and the subsequent social and economic disruption (which may well last into 2021 and beyond), threatens to break the vital connection between public stakeholders and their heritage. This is equally true for terrestrial and maritime heritage. To help protect this connection, the Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) intends to expand its existing eLearning Programme. The programme, launched in 2013 with grant support from English Heritage, is aligned with Historic Englands model for strategic engagement and measures strongly against Historic Englands Public Value Framework. By updating the existing eLearning Programme and developing two new specialist courses on Monitoring Archaeological Sites through Photography and Photogrammetry and on Identifying Archaeological Sites through Cannon Research and Recording, the NAS will provide an essential mechanism for public engagement and professional development. The project provides a significant evolution of the NAS eLearning Programme by creating an enhanced platform for greater public connectivity with heritage, not just for the duration of the 2020 pandemic, but beyond and with significant potential for additional expansion as resources permit.
08/10/2021 £15,000 GREATER MANCHESTER COMBINED AUTHORITY We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
08/10/2021 £10,000 WIGAN COUNCIL We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where everyone of us has access to a remarkable range of high quality cultural experiences. Between 2018 and 2022, we will invest £1.45 billion of public money from government to help deliver this vision.
08/10/2021 £15,000 NHS CALDERDALE CLINICAL COMMISSIONING GROUP We are the national development agency for creativity and culture. By 2030 we want England to be a country in which the creativity of each of us is valued and given the chance to flourish and where