Northern Ireland's diverse heritage varies from Belfast’s legendary Titanic quarter to the traditions of South Asian communities.
Summary minutes of the meeting of the Committee for Northern Ireland on 11 June at Clotworthy House, Antrim Castle Gardens, Antrim. Members: Anna Carragher (Chair) Angelina Fusco Jacqueline Irwin Jim McGreevy Mukesh Sharma Apologies: Sheila McClelland (joining via phone for item 7) Jodie Jackson
National Lottery Grants for Heritage Establishment of Presbyterian Heritage Centre within the Walled City of Londonderry Applicant: Blue Coat School Heritage Centre Project description: To revitalise and reopen the Blue Coat School Visitor Centre. Recommendation: Award £10,000 (100%) Decision: Award
Schedule of Decisions SFF Single Stage £100,000 to £250,000 applications Restoration of St Mary’s RC Church Fivemiletown Applicant: St Michael’s Diocesan Trust Decision: Award grant of £250,000 (50%) Heritage: In Your Hands Applicant: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society Decision: Award grant of
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.
25 years: The promise of better days – how National Lottery funding helped transform Northern Ireland’s second city
Indeed, 25 years ago was a time of great hope and greater belief as we saw the end of a violent and dark time in our history and the promise of better days emerging. It was against this backdrop that the relationship between The National Lottery Heritage Fund and this city began to take root. It is
I have thought a lot about where and how there can be a space for young people in museums. As part of the Digital Maker Club, supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund's Kick the Dust programme , a group of young people (including me) were brought into the Ulster Museum and over several weeks,
Sir Peter Luff to stand down as Chair of The National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Heritage Memorial Fund
Sir Peter Luff, Chair of The National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Heritage Memorial Fund, is stepping down at the end of 2019, it was announced today.
A new project, which will tell the story of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in Northern Ireland, will be the first of its kind.
It is six months since we launched our new name, grants structure and Strategic Funding Framework. Here’s what’s happened.
Nominations have been drawn from the past quarter of a century to celebrate The National Lottery’s 25th Birthday.
In 2019, we celebrate 25 years of supporting heritage good causes around the country.