Children and adults dancing and smiling
Pakiki Theatre group.


Exploring Newham’s Olympics heritage

Pakiki Theatre’s Who wants to be an Olympian? project will explore the sporting heritage of the Olympics and Paralympics with young people in Newham.

Person from Newham Music Trust performing
Credit: Newham Music Trust


The Olympics 2012 Legacy Songbook

Newham Music Trust will create a music programme to help Newham’s schools explore the positive impact London 2012 had on the area.

Outfits on display
Queer Looks exhibition at Brighton Museum. Credit: Tessa Hallmann


Wear it Out: the heritage of LGBTQ+ dress in Sussex, 1917-2017

This cultural heritage project explored how some people from LGBTQ+ communities have historically used clothing to express identity. It focused on Sussex in the time period 1917-2017.

Old photo showing large billboard with the words "AIDS: don't die of ignorance"
Don’t Die of Ignorance campaign billboard in Levenshulme, c.1986. Credit: Manchester Archives and Local Studies.


Pride! Prevention! Protection! Let’s Talk About Sex

LGBT Foundation recorded the memories of people involved in and affected by safer sex campaigns from the 1980s to the present day.

Pittencrieff Park in Dunfermline
Enjoying the outdoors in Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline. Credit: Carnegie Dunfermline Trust


Dunfermline & West Fife - Wellbeing Through Heritage

The innovative project will help people improve their mental health and wellbeing through access to heritage.

Crowd watching aerial performance
Design visual of the Wondrous Stories production. Credit: Motionhouse and Birmingham 2022 Festival


Birmingham 2022 Festival: spotlighting creativity in the West Midlands

Running from March to September 2022, the £12million festival will feature hundreds of artistic commissions, engaging a local and national audience with Birmingham’s cultural heritage.