ChurchCare in partnership with The Wolfson Foundation fund urgent fabric repairs in Grade I or II* listed Anglican church buildings in England, Scotland and Wales, and Grade A or B+ listed Anglican church buildings in Northern Ireland.
The fund is for urgent fabric repairs. These tend to be repairs that are Category A or B recommendations in Quinquennial Inspection reports. This includes urgent roof repairs (including repairs due to lead theft), masonry repairs, rainwater disposal and drainage, and floorwork.
Up to 50% of the total project costs can be applied for with the other 50% being ‘cash in the bank’ or pledges at point of application.
All projects must be overseen by an architect with appropriate conservation accreditation.
Deadline: Monday 27 January 2020. A second application round will be announced later in the year.
For more information and how to apply please click here.
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