AIM is pleased to announce the opening of the Year 3 Applications of the AIM Biffa Award ‘National Heritage Landmarks Partnerships’ with awards of up to £120,000 available to support nationally significant industrial heritage projects.
AIM has entered into a 3 year funding partnership with Biffa Award which is providing a £1.5m investment into independent museums and industrial heritage sites across the UK.
The first two rounds in 2012 and 2013 saw awards of up to £120,000 each made to the following projects:
- Birmingham Conservation Trust – The Newnam Brothers Coffin Works
- National Mining Museum Scotland
- Brooklands Museum – The Barnes Wallis, Stratospheric testing Chamber
- Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust – The Bedlam Furnace
- Kew Bridge Engines Trust and Water Supply Museum – Project Aquarius The Babcock Room
- Underfall Yard Trust – Revealing the Story of Hydraulic Power
- Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust – Chatham Dockyard World Heritage Discovery Centre
- The Arkwright…
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