Young woman holding sign
Lizzie Guntrip at our Heritage Ambassadors' induction. Jeff Gilbert

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How do we involve young people in nature?

One of our young heritage ambassadors Lizzie Guntrip on how we can make our natural world more accessible.
A participant in the project
A young participant in the project

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Helping everybody access our natural heritage

Julia Duncan from The Conservation Volunteers (TCV) Scotland relates how the organisation's work helps everyone enjoy the nature around them.
Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser Communities and Diversity
Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser Communities and Diversity

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Building relationships through heritage

Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser for Communities and Diversity, explores the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week 2016 – relationships.
Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser Communities and Diversity
Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser Communities and Diversity

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20 years of the Disability Discrimination Act

Liz Ellis talks to two disability and equality sector leaders, and shares their perspectives, 20 years on, of the 1995 Disability Discrimination Act (DDA).
Wounded soldiers convalescing outside a First World War hospital
Wounded soldiers convalescing outside a First World War hospital

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The untapped stories of disability and the First World War

As the Centenary of the First World War progresses, Heritage Lottery Fund London Committee member Rachel Hasted, reflects on the War and those who were disabled as a result of the military action.
Liz Ellis, Ymgynghorydd Polisi Cymunedau ac Amrywiaeth
Liz Ellis, Ymgynghorydd Polisi Cymunedau ac Amrywiaeth

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All-inclusive heritage adventures

Liz Ellis has been finding out about projects involving people with learning disabilities.
Groups of gardeners at Lloyd Park
Gardeners at Lloyd Park in Walthamstow

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Heritage and positive mental health

In her second blog post about diversity and inclusion in heritage projects, Liz Ellis, HLF Communities and Diversity Policy Adviser, has been finding out how heritage activities can have a positive impact on mental health.

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