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Jennifer Stewart Head of HLF, Wales Celynen Collieries Institute & Memorial Hall Applicant: The Celynen Collieries Institute and Memorial Hall Awarded.

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2 Jennifer Stewart Head of HLF, Wales

3 Celynen Collieries Institute & Memorial Hall Applicant: The Celynen Collieries Institute and Memorial Hall Awarded £2.8million in July 2010 Restoration of the Memorial Hall and supporting heritage learning and outreach activities

4 Rhondda Powerhouse Restoration Redevelopment Applicant: Rhondda Powerhouse Trust First Round Pass of £594,000 + £99,000 development funding Restoration of an 'at risk' building; the creation of a focal point for community activity and learning, and an outreach heritage programme.

5 Cardigan Castle Applicant: Cadwgan BPT First Round Pass of £4.8million + £295,000 development funding Restoration of the Castle and supporting heritage learning and outreach activities

6 Llanelly House Applicant: Carmarthenshire Heritage Regeneration Trust Awarded £3.4million in June 2009 Restoration of the house to its early 18th century form; interpretation of the whole house and improved public access

7 Tithe Barn Restoration Applicant:St Marys Priory Development Trust Awarded £829,000 in March 2006 Saving the historic building, improve surroundings of Priory buildings and Church, and ensuring accessibility for the community.

8 The Mackintosh Applicant: Mackintosh Sports Club Awarded £300,000 in June 2005 Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

9 Dolbelydr Applicant: Landmark Trust Awarded £545,000 in December Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

10 Drybridge House, Monmouth Applicant: Bridges Community Centre Awarded £712,000 in February 2000 Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

11 The Gate Applicant: The Gate Trust Limited Awarded £1.5million in February 2002 Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

12 St Georges National School, Llandudno Applicant:Llandudno Seaside Buildings Preservation Trust Awarded £580,000 in June 2001 Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

13 Sker House Applicant: Buildings at Risk Trust Awarded £413,000 in December 1996 Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

14 Llanrwst Almshouses Applicant:Llanrwst Almshouses Trust Awarded £71,000 in October 1998 Restoration of the building including community and outreach projects

15 Overview of HLF web-based consultation 1. HLF strategic framework and how we work 2. Our current grant programmes 3. Additional directions, opportunities and challenges

16 Proposed new strategic aim (2013 – 2019) making a positive and lasting difference for heritage and people

17 General open programmes (YH & HGs) Simpler programme for grants £3K-£10K (micro-grants) New single-round community heritage programme for grants above £10K - up to £200K (tbc) Heritage Grants – review match funding levels

18 Support for place-based heritage

19 Climate change

20 Digital heritage

21 Skills

22 Heritage in Wales – possible issues? Micro-grants Heritage skills Places of Worship Place-based heritage (THIs) & community-led regeneration Welsh culture and traditions risk

23 Climate change impacts; how to green projects Young peoples involvement Working in partnership / working together Funding issues –Match funding –Financial sustainability –On-going maintenance (cf skills issue also) Heritage in Wales – possible issues?

24 Comments and questions

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