Successful projects we've funded

Delia Derbyshire 80th birthday electronic music heritage project

Delia Derbyshire 80th birthday electronic music heritage project

From Parks to Pavilions: The history of the first Asian cricket league in Yorkshire

From Parks to Pavilions: The history of the first Asian cricket league in Yorkshire

The History of Women's Aid in Scotland

The History of Women's Aid in Scotland

Sustaining Traditional Building Skills in Northern Ireland

Sustaining Traditional Building Skills in Northern Ireland

How to get funding for your idea or project

David Lemm's workshop at Tollcross Primary, 2015

How to get funding

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We fund projects that connect people and communities to the national, regional and local heritage of the UK.

Roundhay Park, Leeds

How to apply

Our application process is competitive and we cannot fund every good quality application that we receive.

Family volunteers caring for trees in the Native Tree Trail

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Whatever stage you are at, we are here to help along the way.

Children playing at Auckland Castle

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Participants attending a workshop

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Tom Emery, Patricia Roberts and Matt Bateman, volunteers at Burslem Park

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