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Open Data

Open Data

We are committed to transparency so that people can have the information they need about our grant funding.

For this reason we support Open Data, which is data that is:

  • published proactively
  • provided in machine-readable formats (such as csv)
  • provided for re-use

 We adhere to the following principles in providing our data:

  • timely publication – we will release and update our data on an annual basis
  • we provide disaggregated data
  • we use common standards by working with the 360Giving initiative to also publish our grant data through GrantNav
  • respect privacy – only non-personal data is published

Key data about The National Lottery Heritage Fund: 2018-19

Key Data about The National Lottery Heritage Fund: 2018-19

Grant data

This work is licensed under the open government licence for public sector information, which allows you to use and re-use the information that is available under this licence freely and flexibly, with only a few conditions.

If you can’t find what you’re looking for, please contact us.

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