BULLETIN

The latest news at The Pilgrim Trust

Our Autumn Grants are now live…

We’re pleased to share the fourteen Preservation and Scholarship grants that have been given out this quarter.

Repairs are on the menu this Autumn with many of our grants going on the works and restoration of important buildings and objects. From heritage windows in York’s Gateway to Dedham’s lock gates, to medieval flooring in Bristol, these repairs will ensure the smooth running of these locally significant buildings. In Exeter, one of grants will be used by the Royal Albert Memorial Museum to converse oil paintings of well-known 17th and 18th century physicians. Across the UK, two larger projects are being supported by us. The Courtyard Insitute of Art’s National Wall Paintings survey will help catalogue and digitise potrait paintings across the nation. The Ramblers’ Association, ambitious project ‘Don’t Lose Your Way’ aims to save historic and unrecorded rights of way by the government deadline of 2026.

For further details, visit our ‘Past Grants’ here. Interested in applying for a grant? See our Preservation and Scholarship details here.

Please note: successful applications for Young Women and Mental Health PLUS programme will be announced in November.

In other news…

Young Women and Mental Health PLUS is now closed

Applications are now shut for our new £5 million funding programme: Young Women and Mental Health PLUS. You can find out more about the programme and its aims here.