Roundhouse Birmingham is a pioneering partnership between the Canal & River Trust and the National Trust, to bring an important Birmingham landmark back to life through an innovative blend of heritage and enterprise.
We gratefully acknowledge the support of funding partners in making this project possible, without their support this project would not happen.
Thanks to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Lottery players we are able to conserve the building, ensure its future and inspire people to care about and help us protect the heritage of Birmingham.
The Roundhouse project is supported by Historic England. Thanks to this support we are able to restore and conserve this unique building for future generations to enjoy.
The kind donation from The Wolfson Foundation has allowed us to progress with building and engineering works that will allow the Roundhouse to have a successful future.
The Oakley Charitable Trust has made a generous contribution that will allow us to install interpretation throughout the Roundhouse helping us bring the buildings historic past to life.
Thanks to William A. Cadbury Charitable Trust and their kind donation we are able to progress with a community engagement programme specifically for deaf, disabled and autistic communities.
The John Feeney Charitable Trust have kindly donated monies that will allow us to install interpretation throughout the Roundhouse helping us bring the buildings historic past to life.
We have been able to offer training programmes to all those who have agreed to volunteer at the Roundhouse thanks to a donation via the Grimmitt Trust.
Thank you to National Trust Solihull Support Group for their kind donation, it is very much appreciated.
Thank you to National Trust Walsall Support Group for their kind donation, it is very much appreciated.