The grant given to the Hand Engravers Association of Great Britain by the Radcliffe Trust was critical to a brand new course ‘Technical Skills Training – Seal Engraving’ being created. The grant enabled a second funder to release funds (who had stipulated that they would not be able to fund the project as a whole). […]

Rainbows delivers essential end-of-life care, creating new memories for children, young people and their families through their Music Therapy Service.  The Radcliffe Trust ‘Therapy and Special Needs’ category supports charities such as Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People in order to provide care for children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions, from […]

Young Music Makers of Dyfed, with the help of a grant from The Radcliffe Trust encourages young people to perform, and compose, and in doing so elevate their horizons as to the standards of these artistic disciplines. The Young Composer scheme was supported by a grant from The Radcliffe Trust and began in September 2022 […]

The Radcliffe Trust were delighted to be able to award The Charles Wood Festival of Music and Summer School (CWFMSS) a grant to help them return, following the challenges of the last two years due to Covid, with a full programme of over 20 live and digital events in Armagh’s sacred spaces, from Sunday 21st […]

The Radcliffe Trust awarded a grant to The Ulster Youth Orchestra for the Summer Residential Course in 2022 where 90 incredibly talented young musicians spent 10 days rehearsing.  After which they delivered two outstanding concerts, conducted by the internationally acclaimed conductor Jac van Steen at the Guildhall in Derry/Londonderry and at the Ulster Hall in […]

The Radcliffe Trust has provided awards to the Royal Northern College of Music, for UK postgraduate composition students. Celebrating its 50th birthday in 2023, the RNCM is recognised as one of the world’s most forward-thinking conservatoires. Home to over 900 students from more than 60 countries, it is dedicated to providing an outstanding education that […]

Radcliffe Trust support for The Heritage Crafts Association Heritage Crafts is the operating name of The Heritage Crafts Association, the national charity for traditional heritage crafts. Working in partnership with Government and key agencies, it provides a focus for craftspeople, groups, societies and guilds, as well as individuals who care about the loss of traditional […]

The grant from the Radcliffe Trust has enabled Drake Music Scotland to have both weekly in-person rehearsals and live performances for disabled musicians. With rehearsals and performances returning to live, in-person events, participants have been able to increase their socialisation again after the detrimental effects of staying isolated during lockdown. They were able to take […]

Thanks to support from the Radcliffe Trust, Aimée Bou Rizk, Museum Assistant at the Archaeological Museum at the American University of Beirut (AUB) was selected to undertake a training opportunity as part of this project. Aimée spent three months at the British Museum gaining experience in glass conservation, preventative conservation, object assessment and documentation alongside […]

The Vulcan Hotel was built in Newtown, Cardiff during the 19th century and opened its doors in 1853. At that time Cardiff was growing from being a small town to the most important coal port in the world.  Newtown, now gone, was known as Little Ireland because it was home to many Irish people who came across […]