Grant Programmes

The Society is charged by its Royal Charter of 1751 to support the furtherance of the study and understanding of antiquities in this and other countries. As a registered charity (207237) the Society has an obligation to promote and support conservation, research and dissemination among its Fellowship and the wider public. One way in which we meet these charitable objectives is through our grant programmes.

Applications for Church Conservation Grants are considered by the Society’s Morris Committee, which is composed of Officers of the Society and Fellows with relevant expertise Applications for Research and Travel Grants are considered by the Society’s Research Committee.

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Our grant programmes

Find out how we support research into material culture and the conservation of churches.

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About our Research and Travel Grants

Find out more about our Research and Travel Grants

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Make a Grant Application

Find out how to make a grant application to us

Recent Awards

Find out here about the grants and awards that we made last year.