WHGT Small Grants Scheme
A 25th anniversary funding scheme to provide grants for small conservation projects of garden features, site surveys, projects which promote public access and enjoyment of historic parks and gardens in Wales.
July 2014 - July 2020
Charity information: Welsh Historic Gardens Trust Ymddiriedolaeth Gerddi Hanesyddol Cymru
Problem of funding small conservation projects in Welsh parks and gardens which receive no statutory funding
Provide a small grants for modest projects or to provide seed funding
Conservation of parks and gardens in Wales
Activities» Provide small grants
Completed projects will be widely publicized and documented in the WHGT Bulletin
project will contribute to conservation of the designed landscape of historic parks and gardens in Wales
Lack of resources which will make the scheme sustainable for generations to come
Documentation of completed projects will be sent to donors
Budget - Project Cost: £25,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £25,000 Conservation projects landscape and conservation projects in historic parks and gardens which promote public enjoyment
Current Funding / Pledges
Source Amount WHGT branch contributions £800 Guaranteed
Historic parks and gardens throughout all regions of Wales.
This is often a neglected landscape and if it is in the public domain has no statutory funding
The wider public throughout Wales will have improved access, to well conserved sites of heritage importance.
young and old
rich or poor
WHGT operates nationally and has a wealth of expertise in historic parks and gardens of Wales.
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Joanna Davidson, Chairman Of Gwynedd Branch Of WHGT Who Have Been Running A Similar Scheme With Success At A Branch Level
Joanna has helped to draw up the criteria, terms and conditions of the scheme and will be involved in its management.
Advolly has been involved in a similar scheme in Shropshire and is an active member within the Clwyd branch.