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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.
Church Conservation Grant Awards: William and Jane Morris Fund
Grants are awarded to churches, chapels and other places of worship in the United Kingdom for the conservation of decorative features and monuments, but not structural repairs. Learn more...
Research and Travel Grants
Grants are awarded to a variety of antiquarian, archaeological, architectural, art history, documentary and other research projects focusing on material cultural heritage.
- Research Grants (£500-£5,000 awards for a variety of projects exploring material cultural heritage)
- Janet Arnold Award (£350-£5,000 awards for researching the history of Western Dress)
- Margaret and Tom Jones Award (up to £10,500 awards for archaeological fieldwork and research)
Schedule for Research and Travel Grants
Deadline: 15 January each year.
It is the responsibility of the applicant to ensure that references arrive by this deadline. Late applications or those missing references will not be considered
Review Period: March
Applications are reviewed and evaluated by the Society's Research Committee beginning in early March.
Awards Notification: 31 March.