For Disability History Month, Jonathan Mace and Heather Brown reflect on how their National Lottery funded heritage projects consider a variety of access needs.
We’re currently on the lookout for a new Committee member to join the team in the North of England.
In the first of our features for South Asian Heritage Month, we learn how the Nishkam Centre is using National Lottery funding and 'selfless service' to support Birmingham's communities.
It is well known that contact with nature can help people feel happier and more energised, create an increased sense of meaning and make tasks seem more manageable. “You’re not just looking at four walls. It’s getting that push to get out. It builds your stamina up and makes you feel a lot better
Rydym am wneud rhagor i ddileu hiliaeth a hybu mwy o gydraddoldeb, amrywiaeth a chynhwysiant mewn treftadaeth
Mae Cronfa Dreftadaeth y Loteri Genedlaethol yn lansio adolygiad eang o'i hagwedd at amrywiaeth a chynhwysiant.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is to distribute an extra £1.27m funding to its Kick the Dust programme, aimed at helping to involve young people in heritage.
Coram has received a £1.26million National Lottery grant to digitise part of its archive, which dates back for nearly three centuries.
A new project, which will tell the story of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Northern Ireland, will be the first of its kind.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund has published the first phase of our Open Data on the 360Giving GrantNav platform, joining 110 other funders around the UK.
Stuart Hobley, our Director of England, London & South, met with: Joseph Galliano, co-founder of charity Queer Britain, which is working to establish the UK's first national LGBT+ museum Dan Vo, LGBT+ tour co-ordinator at the V&A In the film below, Joseph explains how understanding our past helps us