Birmingham-based Polish Expats Association receive a £30,000 emergency grant to protect heritage in their community space and online.
A vital Liverpool organisation has avoided closure and is continuing to share the diverse stories of the city's past.
Northern Ireland's only organisation for lesbian and bisexual women keeps its doors open after National Lottery grant.
To celebrate The National Lottery’s 25th Birthday, we explore the areas around The Broads and uncover how our investment is ensuring its important histories will never be forgotten.
Huddersfield community leader Milton Brown on the very personal journey which led to the film Windrush: The Years After, part-funded by The National Lottery.
Since the National Lottery began 25 years ago, more than £20million has been invested in Waltham Forest’s heritage. It’s restored historic buildings, helped nature thrive and rejuvenated streets. It’s also explored some incredible community stories, including the history of grime music. “It’s helped
To celebrate The National Lottery’s 25th Birthday, we explore (with help from Saoirse-Monica Jackson) how its investment in heritage has transformed Northern Ireland’s second city.
In conversation: Jan Pimblett and Veronica McKenzie on archives and collecting stories of LGBT+ people’s lives
The pair discussed the importance of involving a diverse range of people in their work and how crucial it is to document ordinary people's lives. They also reflected on the progress made by the LGBT+ community over the past 50 years, as well as the challenges they still face. It was an insightful
Nelli and Zara Aratta: Armenian Heritage in the North West Zara, project manager: We were organising a food event on Albert Square and I posted about it on Facebook to see if people would like to take part. Nelli messaged me straight away saying that she would make a few dishes and bake a cake