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Children and young people

Three young people in war era clothing


Zebedee Troupers - Abled not DISabled

For the Zebedee Troupers – Abled Not DISabled project, young people with disabilities discovered the role disabled people played during the two world wars.

Long green grass and rushes surrounding water at Woodwalton Fen
Woodwalton Fen. Credit: Robert Enderby


Peatland Progress: A New Vision for the Fens

We have awarded more than £8million to this ground-breaking project that addresses climate change, carbon emissions, biodiversity loss and the mental health and wellbeing of young people.

Young people researching the heritage of boxing



Young people explored the heritage of boxing in London's East End, including the social impact on the local community and its relationship to gangs and crime, ethnic identity and the entertainment scene.

Young participants carrying out research at the National Library of Scotland
Young participants carrying out research at the National Library of Scotland


Youth Work and Women of Influence in Scottish Communities

YouthLink Scotland worked with five youth groups to celebrate Scotland’s forgotten women and research the achievements of influential women in their communities.

A national Welsh flag with rainbow background.
A Welsh flag with rainbow background from the Amgueddfa Cymru–National Museum Wales collection


Hands on Heritage: youngsters research the LGBT+ past of Wales

The Hands on Heritage project at Amgueddfa Cymru–National Museum Wales’ enabled young people from diverse backgrounds to have an impact on the collections.

Young people working on oatcake project


North Staffordshire Oatcake Obsessions

Young people with disabilities explored the history of the Staffordshire oatcake, developing a range of accredited skills, and creating a performance and exhibition.

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