£5000 was awarded to help tackle water ingress at St Michaels in Alnwick, a historically and architecturally important Grade I listed Church.
£5000 was awarded towards helping sort drainage problems at St Mary the Virgin in Monkseaton, a large church offering worship and pastoral support in a busy community.
£5000 was awarded towards the repair of roof water tables at Seghill Holy Trinity which was built in 1849 of stone and welsh slate.
£5000 was awarded to help with dry rot problems at St Mary the Virgin in Middleton in Teesdale. The current church has been in existence since 1876 on a site dedicated for worship since 1170.
£3000 was awarded for help towards Bell Tower repairs to St Wilfrid’s in Haltwhistle. This busy church on the periphery of West Northumberland has been in existence since 1865