Archive for the ‘LV50 Restoration Activity’ Category

HY Tyne Preservation Newsletter July 2014

At the end of June, The Ship Wright, T.Nielsen, of Gloucester Docks, visited us. The purpose of his visit was to allow us to discuss with him the proposed work he will undertake to fully asses the vessel and provide us with a comprehensive costing and work statement for stage 2 bid. Having inspected the […]

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HY Tyne Preservation Newsletter June 2014

The Statutory Declarations concerning our ownership of HY Tyne have been accepted by Heritage Lottery and we have now received an amount of £34,800 from the being the first 50% of the stage 1 grant. This allows us to bring in all the contractors, such as the surveyor, the shipwright, the metal fabricators and the […]

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HY Tyne Preservation Newsletter May 2014

This is the first of a monthly update to keep you all informed of the Heritage Lottery Funded project to preserve our House Yacht Tyne.

As you are aware, we were awarded our stage 1 funding from Heritage Lottery last month, which will allow us to bring in all the paid experts such as the Surveyor & the shipwright to complete their work on estimating the amount needing to be done to preserve her. They will then provide us with a confirmed price which should generally be in line with our initial estimates and which formed part of our submission to Heritage Lottery for the full funding amount.

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Press Release: Initial Heritage Lottery Fund support for restoration project – 2nd April 2014

For Immediate Release Preservation of Light Vessel LV 50 I am pleased to be able to announce that Royal Northumberland Yacht Club has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for our ‘HY Tyne-Lightvessel LV 50 preservation’ project. The project aims to carry out essential work including the repair or replacement of all […]

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