A total of 18 organisations across Greater London have been recipients in the latest round of pandemic funding grants.
The grants come from the latest round of the £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund, and include 162 organisations across the UK.
More than £9 million has been allocated by Historic England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund on behalf of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport for grants to meet ongoing costs and support reopening and restarting activity when it is possible to do so safely.
In addition, £5 million will go to construction and maintenance projects that have been paused due to the pandemic.
Culture Recovery Fund Grants
- Brick by Brick Communities – £40,000
- Pegleg Productions – £10,100
- Edgware parish – £32,796
- The Isokon Gallery – £12,850
- Sheriff Centre – £50,980
- St Paul’s Cathedral – £2,995,000
- Pimlico St Peter with Westminster Christ Church – £19,500
- Community Active Support – £10,000
- Spring Park All Saints – £10,000
COVID-19 Emergency Heritage at Risk Response Fund
- St John’s Church Hillingdon – £23,782
- Osterley House – £2,617
- Paddington Cemetery Chapels – £25,000
- Tin Tabernacle (Cambridge Hall) – £14,862
- The Old Courthouse – £25,000
- The Old School Building, Lea Bridge Road – £24,957
- Valence House Museum – £22,500
- St James’ Church – £25,000
- The Crystal Palace Dinosaurs – £19,870
Heritage Stimulus Repair Grants
- Cloudesley Centre (former Holy Trinity Church) – £150,000