Irish Georgian Society Launches 2020 Conservation Grants Scheme
The Irish Georgian Society is inviting applications for its 2020 Conservation Grants Programme. Funding totalling €50,000 is available through the programme to support works to protected structures and recorded monuments.
Previous recipients, clockwise from top left: St. Paul's French Church, Co. Laois (2019), 7 Arch Bridge, Co. Meath (2018), and Stradbally Hall (2017)
About the Conservation Grants Programme
The Irish Georgian Society's Conservation Grants Programme is supported through the fundraising efforts of its London Chapter. Over the last six years the Society has supported over fifty significant conservation projects around the country including works to country houses and castles, thatched cottages and historic townhouses, architectural follies, and churches.
In marking the launch of this year's Conservation Grants Programme, IGS Executive Director Donough Cahill remarked "Over the last six years the Irish Georgian Society has awarded €350,000 in small grants to support conservation projects around the country. Houses, churches, public buildings and architectural follies have all benefited from these grants with projects often overseen by heritage and community groups. Grants have been awarded for essential repair works to roofs, gutters and windows; for conservation works to decorative plasterwork and ironmongery; and for building appraisals to ensure best conservation practices are used. Through supporting the conservation of our heritage, the Irish Georgian Society's grants scheme seeks to benefit everyone through enhancing the built environment of our cities, towns and rural areas."
Application forms are available on the website of the Irish Georgian Society and must be submitted by Monday 2nd March 2020 to:
Irish Georgian Society,
City Assembly House,
58 South William St.,
Telephone: (01) 6798675
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