New funding to help communities celebrate Queen’s Platinum Jubilee

Black elder woman and younger white woman dance at an open air gig. Some people sit on straw bales and others danceThamesmead 50th Birthday. Photo @ Emergency Exit Arts

We’re launching the new Arts Council England Let’s Create Jubilee Fund in the West of England in January 2022.

The £5million programme will support community and voluntary organisations in England to develop creative and cultural activities. This is part of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June 2022.

  • applicants will be able to apply for grants of up to £10,000
  • applicants are encouraged to partner with established artists, creatives and cultural organisations to develop their activities.
  • the activities will ensure that The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee celebrations give people throughout England the chance to experience the best of the country’s culture and
  • celebrating an important milestone in our national history.

The programme is made possible with funding from the National Lottery, whose players raise £30million for good causes every week.

We’re one of a the network of community foundations distributing the Arts Council England Let’s Create Jubilee Fund. The fund is being administered by UK Community Foundations on behalf of the Arts Council.

  • Applications now closed


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