Children and adults dancing and smiling
Pakiki Theatre group.

Projects

Who Wants To Be An Olympian?

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

Projects

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.

Long green grass and rushes surrounding water at Woodwalton Fen
Woodwalton Fen.

Projects

HHA2019 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.

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

Projects

Hands on Heritage

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

A trainee learns about sustainable heritage
A trainee learns about sustainable heritage

Projects

Championing Sustainability in Heritage

Thanks to an HLF grant, the Garden Museum supported a number of innovative traineeships designed to boost sector skills.

Get into Dry Stone Walling. A group working on a stone wall.

Projects

Get Into Dry Stone Walling

Disadvantaged 16-25 year olds took part in a successful training programme in dry stone walling across the North East.

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

Projects

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.

Three young people in war era clothing

Projects

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.