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£245,000 match funding AWARDED TO harper street

Historic England has awarded £245,000 of funding to Stoke-on-Trent charity Re-Form Heritage to help with a project to save a row of derelict historic houses that play a vital role in the story of Grade II* listed Middleport Pottery. Re-Form Heritage, which specialises in restoring heritage buildings, owns and runs the famous Middleport Pottery site as a working factory site, heritage attraction, creative business hub and café. Adjacent to the pottery are 11 Victorian terraced houses that are part of the story of this iconic business. The £245,000 Historic England grant is to support the Harper Street project: Engagement in Heritage which will regenerate the houses into a mix of creative business units and community facilities as well as showing the history of Middleport and its workers. Historic England stepped in to provide much-needed match funding to support Re-Form Heritage in an application it has made to the National Lottery...

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£245,000 match funding AWARDED TO harper street

31/07/2020

Historic England has awarded £245,000 of funding to Stoke-on-Trent charity Re-Form Heritage...

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Further funding secured for Harper Street: Engagement in Heritage

31/01/2019

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (Re-Form Heritage) is delighted to...

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harper street awarded heritage lottery fund grant

18/10/2018

United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (Re-Form Heritage), the charity which restored...

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Development Grant for the Harper Street Houses

12/12/2017

The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust (Re-Form Heritage) are delighted to...

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Buttress appointed to create Harper Street heritage and community centre.

10/03/2017

Buttress has been appointed by the United Kingdom Historic Buildings Preservation Trust...

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