Clevedon Pier will get an extra £75,000 in Government grants to help maintain and repair the historic structure.
The landmark, the only Grade I-listed pier in the country, was one of just eight projects to win a share of £800,000 from the Coastal Communities Fund.
The money will go towards essential renovation work.
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The trustees are hoping to raise £350,000 to help pay for new visitor facilities, which are currently being built.
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As the only intact Grade I listed pier in England, Clevedon Pier is of immense heritage importance and much-loved by the local community.
HLF’s funding will enable the Clevedon Pier and Heritage Trust to create a sustainable future for the pier ensuring its survival for the next hundred years.
A much-needed new visitor space will be created and used for community events, workshops and learning activities and will also include a café and toilet facilities, helping the Pier become a first-class heritage attraction once again.
These improvements will also boost visitor numbers and contribute to the local economy.
HLF’s £595,000 grant will enable the Clifton Suspension Bridge Trust to open up the bridge’s unique history to a much wider audience in time for the 150th anniversary of the bridge’s completion in 2014.
A new learning centre will be built, on the North Somerset side of the bridge, and will provide space for schools and community groups to meet and learn.
The iconic Clifton Suspension Bridge and Clevedon Pier, have each received Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grants of £595,000 and £720,000.
HLF’s grant will enable the Clifton Suspension Bridge Trust to open up the bridge’s unique history to a much wider audience in time for the 150th anniversary of the bridge’s completion in 2014.
Pans for Clevedon Pier include is vastly improving the visitor facilities on site and increasing learning and volunteering opportunities for local people.