Morecambe Townscape Heritage Initiative 2 - A View For Eric
A View for Eric
The Morecambe Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI 2) – ‘A View for Eric’ is a five year Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) programme to help improve the Victorian and art deco buildings in the heart of the town and some of the streets and spaces surrounding them.
Morecambe Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) 2: A View for Eric
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Lime Workshop 2014
WEDNESDAY 26 MARCH 2014
MORECAMBE WINTER GARDENS
10am - 4pm
Interested in learning a new skill and helping with the on-going work to restore the grade II* listed Winter Gardens?
Join us for a FREE introductory workshop to learn about using lime mortars and renders and have a go yourself.
Click here to book your free place and find out more
The Morecambe Townscape Heritage Initiative 2 - A View for Eric (THI2) launched in May 2012. THI2 - A View for Eric is a five year Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) programme to help improve the Victorian and art deco buildings in the heart of the town and some of the streets and spaces surrounding them.
Councillor Janice Hanson launching THI2 on 14 May 2012
Funding of £1.248 million has been made available towards this project from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Lancaster City Council.
The focus of THI 2 is to create a view in front of the Eric Morecambe statue that will complement the stunning views of the bay which serve as his backdrop, and will complement other regeneration initiatives to further revitalise the town as a place to live, work and play.
Building improvement grants are available to targeted properties within the western end of the conservation area, and will be accompanied by a wide range of training opportunities involving everyone from schools, colleges, property owners, local builders and craftsmen to architects. This will include heritage education and skills workshops, as well as sustainable business and retail training.
THI 2 will continue the success of the first Morecambe THI, which saw the restoration of key listed buildings such as the Midland Hotel and Mona House, along with almost 70 residential and commercial properties throughout Poulton.