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Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

Gemma Colley

Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants

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What is National Lottery Project Grants?

Project Grants can support individual practitioners, communities and cultural organisations with projects that focus on:

  • Combined Arts including festivals and carnivals
  • Dance
  • Libraries
  • Literature
  • Museums
  • Music
  • Theatre
  • Visual Arts

What is Project Grants?

The funding comes from the National Lottery. Grants we make usually range from £1,000  to £100,000.

Project Grants is always open so you can apply at any time. You can choose whether you would like to apply for up to £30,000 or over £30,000 for your

When we say ‘project’, we mean a series of activities or a piece of work. Your project will have a start and an end date, and a set of measurable aims that you’d like to achieve in that time.

To find out more and how to apply, visit: Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants | Arts Council England

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