February 23, 2016 at 2pm - 5pm

Scotland's Towns Partnership are bringing together funding experts and funding providers for an afternoon of learning and sharing. Don't miss this opportunity to connect with some of Scotland's major funders including:

Heritage Lottery Fund

The body which distributes a share of the income from the National Lottery to projects aimed at preserving and making accessible the nation's heritage. From the archaeology under our feet to the historic parks we love, from precious memories to rare wildlife… HLF use money raised by National Lottery players to help people across the UK explore, enjoy and protect the heritage they care about.  Zoe Clarke can help you with your project!

Sustrans Scotland

Sustrans in Scotland: working to enable people in Scotland to travel by foot, bike or public transport for more of their everyday journeys. Sustrans Scotland‘s Community Links Programme provides grant funding to local authorities, statutory bodies and educational institutions for the creation of cycle network infrastructure for everyday journeys. It has been running since 2010 and has funded over 500 projects to date. The programme is funded through the Transport Scotland Sustainable Transport team within the Scottish Government. Meet Matt MacDonald who leads the programme.

Big Lottery Fund

The Big Lottery Fund awards grants to UK organisations to help improve their communities. Every year the Big Lottery Fund (BIG) gives out millions of pounds from the UK’s National Lottery to good causes, with money going to community groups and health, education and environment projects. Alastair Jackson will be on hand with his top tips!

These partners are ambassadors for the regeneration of our places and want to support you in achieving your goals and projects. Our funding expert will provide you with top tips for approaching and completing the applications which can sometimes be a daunting task!

 

WHEN
February 23, 2016 at 2pm - 5pm
WHERE
Architecture and Design Scotland, Bakehouse Close, Edinburgh
CONTACT
Rebecca Mather · · 07833463352
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