The THI is a £2 million Heritage Lottery Fund partnership to restore Middleton’s unique Edgar Wood architecture, as well as other important historic buildings. It’s been set up to put Middleton and Edgar Wood firmly on the heritage map!
The THI wants people to discover and enjoy their heritage, and see being restored. It has given grants to Edgar Wood’s 36 Mellalieu Street, Jubilee Library, Broadbents outfitters, Sadler Street and the Sam Bamford Monument in the Old Burial Ground.
REPAIR AND RESTORATION GRANTS – STILL AVAILABLE!
The THI gives grants to repair and restore certain historic buildings in the conservation area. The Council manages the scheme supported by Greater Manchester Building Preservation Trust which gives expert advice on restoring Edgar Wood buildings. Grants are being considered for several buildings, including the former Long Street Methodist School, now Middleton’s Edgar Wood Centre.
Don’t miss out on a grant for your Edgar Wood building! More details are HERE.
If you are interested and want to see if you are eligible for a grant, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like free advice on restoring your Edgar Wood building, email: email@example.com
HERITAGE EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
The THI is supporting many community events, activities, films and videos organised by Middleton Heritage, some of which are hosted on this site. Why not join Middleton heritage or one of its groups and get involved!
The partners of the THI are Heritage Lottery Fund, Rochdale MBC/Middleton Township, Greater Manchester Building Preservation Trust and Middleton Heritage. The THI is run by a board of local representatives.