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committed to funding projects that every community can take
pride in and learn about their local heritage.”Gina
Robinson, Town Clerk at Filey Town Council said: “We
are delighted that the Heritage Lottery Fund has enabled
the project ‘To the last of the Line’ to record
the history of fishing in Filey, and thanks to this grant
it will ensure the memories of the town’s fishing
heritage are preserved for future generations”.
The Heritage lottery Fund (HLF) enables communities to celebrate,
look after and learn more about our diverse heritage. From
our great museums and historic buildings to local parks
and beauty spots or recording and celebrating traditions,
customs and history, HLF grants open up our nation’s
heritage for everyone to enjoy. We have supported more than
16,500 projects, allocating over £3.3 billion across
Spiers Regional Manager of the Heritage Lottery Fund said
“This is a fantastic project which will allow people
to try their hand at something new and unusual.
The Crimlisk Fisher Archive is based at the Filey Town Council Offices, 52A Queen Street, Filey YO14 9HE and is open to members of the public on Wednesday and Friday mornings between 10.00am – 12 .00noon. For further information please contact...
Brian Mulrine, Archive Supervisor
Crimlisk Fisher Archive
Tel:: 01723 514498 or