Grants Awarded to Places of Worship in Sussex

We have been giving grants for essential repairs and restoration of places of worship of architectural or historic interest throughout Sussex since 1956.

Grants 2016

  • South Malling: St Michael, £4,000 - roof
  • Brighton: St Mary, £6,500 - repairs
  • Eastbourne: St Saviour, £8,500 - roof
  • Sullington: St Mary, £2,000 - doorway stonework
  • Cocking: St Catherine, £5,000 - tower
  • Storrington: St Mary, £5,000 - restoration
  • Lewes: St John sub Castro, £5,000 - tower
  • St Leonards-on-Sea Greek Orthodox: Church of St Mary Magdalene, £4,000 - restoration

Grants 2015

  • Slindon: St Mary, £7,500 - roof
  • Poynings: Holy Trinity, £10,000 - windows
  • Shoreham-by-Sea: St Mary de Haura, £6,500 - restoration
  • Willingdon: St Mary, £7,500 - restoration
  • Shipley: St Mary, £4,000 - restoration
  • Clymping: St Mary, £2,000 - roof
  • Hastings: Unitarian Church, £7,500 - roof
  • Henfield: St Peter, £2,000 - tower
  • Brighton: St Peter, £12,500 - tower
  • Pulborough: St Mary, £10,000 - roof
  • Coolhurst: St John, £4,000 - roof
  • Folkington: St Peter ad Vincula, £3,500 - tower

Grants 2014

  • Eastbourne, All Souls, £10,000 - tower
  • Alciston, £2,800 - turret repairs
  • Wadhurst, St Peter & St Paul, £6,000 - spire
  • Northiam, St Mary, £5,000 - roof and various stoenwork
  • Brighton, St Nicholas, £5,000 - fleche and tower
  • Bishopstone, St Andrew, £3,000 - restoration and repair
  • Icklesham, All Saints (Spiller), £17,500 - tower

Grants between 2010 & 2014

Take a look at the map below to see where grants have been given since 2010. Click on the icons to see more of the details.

Legend: 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010

 

Grants for Sussex Places of Worship

If you would like to know more about our restoration and repair grants for Place of Worship in Sussex then look at these pages: