Published:
9th August 2013
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Lottery funding available for local heritage projects

Charities and community groups in Lincolnshire are encouraged to attend a free Heritage Lottery surgery. The information event is on August 13, from 10am at the New Life Centre in Spilsby, where people can get advice on how to secure funding for their heritage project. Groups will be able to get one-on-one support from a Heritage Lottery development officer who will be able to give tailored advice about your project and how it can secure [...]

Charities and community groups in Lincolnshire are encouraged to attend a free Heritage Lottery surgery.

The information event is on August 13, from 10am at the New Life Centre in Spilsby, where people can get advice on how to secure funding for their heritage project.

Groups will be able to get one-on-one support from a Heritage Lottery development officer who will be able to give tailored advice about your project and how it can secure funding from Heritage Lottery.

The event is being organised by Lincolnshire Community and Voluntary Service (LCVS).

Jeni Atkinson, Boston Community Development Officer for Lincolnshire CVS said: “This is an excellent opportunity for local voluntary and community groups to access the funding and support they need for their projects. Lincolnshire CVS and Heritage Lottery are pleased to be working in partnership to deliver this surgery to local groups; supporting Lincolnshire’s heritage.”

Places at the event are limited, groups are asked to register their interest by contacting Adam Dixon, East Lindsey Community Development Officer on 01507 613080 or email adam.d@lincolnshirecvs.org.uk

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