It is difficult to think of a month like the last. Despite our many differences, people across the world have come together, joined by shared experiences and common causes. Whether it is the climate emergency, coronavirus (COVID-19) or the issues of racial injustice stirred by the death of George
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There have been few more global events disruptive of the pattern of life than the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown. Yet the impacts of the pandemic – which are only just beginning to be understood – only amplify an already unsettled outlook. "Unsettledness" is becoming a way of life." People are on
Second in our new Future Heritage blog series – imagining the heritage sector after coronavirus (COVID-19) – Nat Edwards suggests ways museums could work together, better.
Josie Fraser explains how we will help organisations face the current crisis and beyond through our digital skills initiative.
Eilish McGuinness gives more detail on how to apply for the £50million Heritage Emergency Fund. We publish our guidance today.
Eilish McGuinness on how The National Lottery Heritage Fund will be helping the heritage community weather the impact of this COVID-19 pandemic – and recover in the future
Our Head of Research, Data & Insight on the surveys that helped us guide our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.
To celebrate International Women’s Day, two young women making their mark in heritage describe their experiences of a project at the Ulster Museum.
Today The National Lottery Heritage Fund launches its Digital Skills for Heritage initiative. Our new Head of Digital Policy, Josie Fraser, tells us what to expect.
From a total £3million investment we hope to fund: a UK-wide training programme to develop a stronger culture of successful enterprise in the heritage sector programmes across each of the four countries in the UK, focusing on business and leadership skills - including diversifying income, developing