Our Team and Partners

Heritage Lincolnshire

Heritage Lincolnshire is a charity and buildings preservation trust working to ensure that the special character and significance of Lincolnshire’s heritage is understood, valued, conserved and celebrated for the benefit of local people, visitors and future generations

Heritage Lottery Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK. It uses money raised by National Lottery players to inspire, lead and resource the UK’s heritage to create positive and lasting change for people and communities.

The Architectural Heritage Fund

The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) helps communities across the UK find enterprising new ways to revitalise much-loved old buildings. For over 40 years, the AHF has been the leading social investor in creating new futures for historic buildings.

Council for British Archaeology

At the heart of British archaeology for over 75 years, the Council for British Archaeology is an independent charity which brings together members, supporters and partners to give archaeology a voice and safeguard it for future generations.

Garfield Weston

The Garfield Weston Foundation supports a broad range of charities across the UK that make a positive difference, including organisations that conserve and interpret Britain’s heritage so it can be accessed and enjoyed by all.


Lincolnshire Economic Action Partnership (LEAP) is a partnership body pursuing a range of economic development initiatives for Lincolnshire.

Micheal Cornish Charitable Trust

Founded in 2005 by Michael Cornish, the trust is a grant-making charitable organisation which has a focus on supporting projects that make a real difference in Lincolnshire.

The Pilgrim Trust

The Pilgrim Trust gives grants totalling almost £2 million every year to charities and other public bodies. Its aim is to preserve and promote Britain’s historical and intellectual assets and to provide assistance to vulnerable members of society.


Tesco Bags of Help has awarded over £80 million in grants launching in October 2015. The money raised from the sale of reusable Bags for Life is used to fund local projects across Britain

EU Leader

LEADER funding is part of the Rural Development Programme for England. It supports projects that create jobs, business growth and benefits to the rural economy.

Wash Fens

Local Action Groups (LAGs) help to deliver funding to businesses, communities, farmers, foresters and land managers in Lincolnshire. LAGs decide which projects they will fund and have awarded a total of £5.9 million to local projects under the 2015-2020 LEADER scheme to Wash Fens.

The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development

Roof repairs to make the building structurally safe and to conserve the original historic roof timbers, part funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.