Heritage Lottery Fund update

Unfortunately, for the third time, our application for a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund has failed.  On this occasion ours was one of 47 applications, of which only 7 were successful. The HLF had just £16 million to distribute amongst these applicants at its Board meeting in December; the sum of all the applications amounted to £123 million!

As Joseph Chamberlain himself said, “If we fail, let us try again and again until we succeed.” 

The trustees are setting aside a day in January to consider a range of alternative options for taking the project forward. We’ll keep you updated….

2 thoughts on “Heritage Lottery Fund update

  1. Reblogged this on keithbracey and commented:
    The Chamberlain Highbury Trust has for the third time failed in its bid to the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore Highbury Hall to its former glories in a celebration of Birmingham’s first and foremost political family the Chamberlain’s, Joseph and sons Austen and Neville…….keep on keeping on, we will succeed eventually in this #BidforBirmingham

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    1. Thank you. Onwards and upwards! We’ll get there in the end!

      Liked by 1 person

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