Yorkshire & Humber - Projects
Hull City of Culture
Hull's year as the UK's award winning City of Culture was a stellar success, putting the city into the national spotlight.
Ignition Training teaches a range of motor vehicle maintenance skills to members of the community from all walks of life
Expressive art workshops for survivors of domestic abuse across the Bradford area.
Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1
Grimsby's Lost Ships of WW1 tells the untold story of Grimsby's heroic fishermen, who went out every day during the Great War not knowing if they would return.
Ruddi’s Retreat offers free respite holidays at the seaside for families affected by cancer, life-limiting illness, bereavement and dementia
In Harmony Opera North
An opera company based in Yorkshire is delivering an inclusive programme of high quality music education and performance opportunities to over 1,000 young people every week from all backgrounds.
Richmond Castle Cell Block
Richmond Castle Cell Block project is enabling research and conservation of the graffiti on the walls. The graffiti has been written and drawn by prisoners, military personnel and others that have passed through the building including conscientious objectors held there in World War One.
The Piece Hall
The majestic Georgian Piece Hall - a former cloth hall and one of Britain’s most significant heritage buildings - has been transformed to secure its future as an international cultural destination.
The Sheffield Steelkings Para Ice Hockey Club allows people with any lower body disabilities or impairments to play a fast-paced, physical and highly skilled team sport.
Hartlepool Hawks Cheerleading Academy
Hartlepool Hawks Cheerleading Academy is a cheerleading club for all ages and abilities with an emphasis on fun and teamwork.
The iconic home of brewing in Leeds has been transformed into a spectacular centre for contemporary art that champions new talent
The Hepworth Wakefield
A world-class gallery to house Wakefield’s important collection of contemporary art and celebrate the legacy of pioneering sculptor Barbara Hepworth, who was born in the city