My School, My Planet worked with 49 school across the country from September to November 2020. It was delivered by Learning through Landscapes with a £275,000 grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund. The programme aimed to help children re-engage with learning after a significant period away
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Free images of some of England's most beautiful venues are available to use as backdrops to video-calls as part of the government’s #HereforCulture campaign.
Applications are open for National Lottery Grants for Heritage from £3,000 up to £5million. We will prioritise projects that contribute to our recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is sponsoring a sustainability award for the second year at the 2021 Museums + Heritage Awards.
Pembrey and Burry Port Town Council have received a £50,000 Local Places for Nature grant from the Welsh Government and The National Lottery Heritage Fund. The funding will help create permanent wildlife refuges and encourage biodiversity to flourish in an urban, mainly residential area. “Nature is
People will be able to explore the LGBT+ history and culture of Edinburgh through a new walking tour following in the footsteps of diarist and world traveller, Anne Lister - whose life was depicted in the popular BBC series, Gentleman Jack.
£5.28million Department of Communities funding will support 50 heritage organisations and 41 heritage workers, reaching across the sector and keeping vital skills alive.
High Street Heritage Action Zones cultural programme will enhance 68 English high streets through art, sound and film.
Through the Community Heritage Fund, we’ve awarded 29 grants across Northern Ireland to help strengthen people’s connection with the heritage on their doorstep.
National Service Remembered documents the experiences of 18 former servicemen, including men who served in Egypt, Jordan, Singapore and Iraq. It is 60 years since National Service ended in the UK. The project – run by the not-for-profit organisation Same but Different – captures an important period
Richard O'Leary, project co-ordinator for The Troubles I’ve Seen, tells us how the project is going, how it has adapted during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and offers some advice.
The Museum of Oxford’s temporary exhibition won the Sustainable Project of the Year Award at the Museums + Heritage Awards 2020.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England have awarded £3million each to showcase the West Midlands' rich culture and heritage.