Previous Work Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund

Goodnight My Boys


Goodnight My Boys was a Heritage Lottery Funded project that explored the 25 year campaign to pardon the 306 WW1 soldiers who were shot for cowardice and desertion.

Patch to Plate


Patch to Plate was a yearlong Heritage Lottery Funded project which aimed to trace the history of the Merridale and Bantock areas of the City of Wolverhampton. It explored the development from open land and farms to houses, and the local community’s relationship with food and its production.

Shot at Dawn: Lest We Forget


Young people from Central Youth Theatre produced a film and exhibition to tell the story of soldiers executed for cowardice in the First World War.

Everybody Dance Now


Everybody Dance Now involved people from all generations – as well as six European youth theatre groups and other community groups from across the City.  In August 2011 the project culminated in a week-long international festival.

The Supreme Sunbeam


CYT were awarded the heritage lottery grant to explore the history of this world famous company and to investigate the impact that it had on the local community, its employees and their families.