Support If Your Project Is Funded

There is no one-size-fits-all solution for planning your project or improving accessibility, but there are resources available to help you:

On these pages, you’ll find links to resources that provide information and toolkits on a variety of topics. These websites have been recommended to us by people like you – that is, people who have an interest in folk song and increasing access to folk singing. If you know of other resources that aren’t listed here but that are helpful to other prospective organisers, please get in touch with your recommendation(s).

None of the links are sponsored. Access Folk takes no responsibility for the content of linked sites.

Running events

Practical information about planning, marketing, licensing, safety, and many other topics.

Supporting diverse populations

These resources address challenges with access that are both shared and particular to a variety of populations. 

Folk singing organisations, activities, and projects

Examples of projects that prioritise access and diversity in folk singing.

Explore Access Folk Small Project Grants

Ask us questions! 

Register for a Q&A session, read our FAQ, request a callback, or find out about other ways we can support you.

What's involved?

Download the Call for Access Folk Small Project Applications, learn about your role in action research, and find out if your project fits the criteria for funding.

Other resources

Access podcasts and reports about the current state of folk singing in England, and other resources that can help inform your application.


Submit your application.

Accepting your funding

Get information on how to accept your funding, download project documents, and preview our agreements.