Friends of Kent Churches give grants to churches and chapels of architectural merit or historic importance in Kent (pre-1965 boundaries) and help to maintain in good order their fabric and fixtures of special importance. This includes:
- Fabric repair and restoration.
- Window and floor maintenance.
- Work done to monuments
- Reordering, new extensions, toilets or kitchens.
- Heating, redecorating or rewiring.
- Bells, clocks or organs.
There is no minimum or maximum grant value but the Trust usually has around £100,000 to give away per year in grants.
Deadline: Applications are considered twice annually and must be submitted by the following dates:
- 1 May for consideration in July.
- 1 November for consideration in January.
For more information and to apply please click here.
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