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Grants available for projects in the Brecks




A grant funded saving William Carter's flint panels from the old Brandon Library which was to be demolished ANL-150211-162010001
A grant funded saving William Carter's flint panels from the old Brandon Library which was to be demolished ANL-150211-162010001

Grants of up to £5,000 for independent landscape and heritage projects across the Brecks are now available.

They are part of the £2.2 million Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund,

The People’s Pot is open to everyone including organisations or groups from the public, private, voluntary and community sectors across The Brecks.

Though applicants need not come from, or be based in, the scheme area, all projects outputs must take place in the project area or be demonstrated to further the objectives of Breaking New Ground.

Projects receiving grants in 2014 and 2015 included a goshawk tagging project and the rescue of the William Carter flint murals from Brandon’s old library.

For more information contact the Breaking New Ground team on 01842 815465 or at bng.admin@suffolk.gov.uk



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