Our latest conservation grants

Our latest conservation grants

Surrey Historic Buildings Trust has agreed a further £8,000 in grants for building conservation and restoration projects across Surrey.

These included:

  • Funds for the replacement of damaged weatherboarding and an oak door on the 17th century barn at St Piers School, Lingfield
  • Repairing the walls of a medieval hall house, the Old Farmhouse, Outwood
  • Re-rendering the wall of a former coachman’s house at Brockham Warren, Box Hill
  • Repairing the 19th century clock tower at Clockhouse Mews, Godalming
  • Repairing the chapel windows of St Catherine’s School, Bramley.

All the buildings for which grants have been agreed are considered to be of significant architectural or historical interest. In many cases the grants given by Surrey Historic Buildings Trust help to ‘leverage’ larger grants from organisations such as the Heritage Lottery Fund and Historic England, so while our grants are sometimes modest in size they can often trigger much more substantial funding from other sources. We also work alongside other grant-making bodies such as the Surrey Churches Preservation Trust and with local authorities to ensure that our grants have maximum impact.

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