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  Heritage Lottery Fund Project

We are very grateful to the Heritage Lottery Fund for their grant of £20,100 which has enabled the Society to implement its “Tickhill Then, Now, and for the Future” project.

The project was launched in the summer of 2006 and although funding finished in September 2009, all the activities which the funding has enabled us to get under way will continue and be ongoing.

We have been able to buy pieces of equipment and fund key activities. As a Society, our contribution is our time – we’re time rich but cash poor!

The aims of the project are:-

  • To preserve and collect together as digital records important heritage material such as photos and documents
  • To make this all widely available through this website, exhibitions and talks etc.
  • To involve people in the community, inviting them to contribute to and share in activities
  • To create a resource for future generations

There are many, many people who have helped us with the development and launch of this website and whose regular contributions enable us to keep it lively and interesting. It would be invidious to try to name them all. You know who you are! We are very grateful.

For a detailed report on what we have achieved so far in this very successful project,  please click here


  Do you have any photographs which show aspects of life in Tickhill in years gone by? If you would allow us to scan them, we can share them with other people in our exhibitions, talks and on our website. Please get in touch if you can help.


Sharing Our Heritage