The Archbishop’s Palace Conservation Trust is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a grant from the Postcode Neighbourhood Trust, a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
The Trust has been awarded £9,400 from the Postcode Neighbourhood Trust to enable us to complete the essential preparation for the building stabilisation works and to extend our outreach programme for schools in North-West Kent and South-East London providing resources and speakers to support and improve understanding of the heritage of the Darent Valley.
Andrew Goymer, Chair of the Trust, said: “These are difficult times for everyone. Heritage buildings, such as the Archbishop’s Palace in Otford have a valuable contribution to make through promoting wellbeing and engagement with the historic environment.”
Nick Fothergill, Trustee with responsibility for the Otford Heritage Collection said: “The educational outreach programme will provide resources and speakers to support and improve understanding of the heritage of the Darent Valley. These will be linked to the national curriculum.”
You can find more about the People’s Postcode Lottery at: www.postcodelottery.co.uk.