Local groups reap the rewards from our Arts and Culture Grant Funds.

Arts and Culture Fund

Due to Covid restrictions many arts and culture groups were unable to meet, however the North Norfolk Arts and Culture Panel awarded more than £12,218 to 5 arts and culture groups and organisations, to support a wide range of projects between April 2020 and March 2021.

To date for this financial year, 2021 to 2022, more than £10,748 has been awarded to 5 arts and culture groups and organisations.

The worthy local causes which benefited from these latest rounds of funding include:


Organisation Application Summary Awarded Grant Round
Creative Support For Vulnerable Families and Children (CS4VFC) To purchase art materials and cleaning materials and to cover therapist costs such as insurance, supervision and room hire. £2,500 Jul 2021
North Norfolk Exhibition Project Cley 2021 - Nowhere. Contribution to workshops and an exhibition featuring work by 50 artists with a connection to Norfolk, including painting, sculpture, textiles, photography and ceramics. There will also be taster workshops which will include varied visual arts created by regional artists. £2,000 Jul 2021
SWAN For tackling mental illness through art and craft therapies. The grant will be used to engage tutors, buy materials required, and to work towards exhibiting the work at an open day. £1,250 Jul 2021
Musical Keys For Music at Barrington Farm. To provide 46 one-hour music sessions, over 12 months, for people with learning disabilities who attend the Barrington Farm independent day services centre. £2,498.50 Nov
Cromer Artspace For Masterworks Through Time. To help deliver 24 life-size reproductions of artworks from the National Gallery collection in an outside art exhibition around Cromer. £2,500 Nov