This autumn, thanks to National Lottery players, Bromley Council and Biggin Hill Memorial Museum Trust will begin work at Biggin Hill to create a new museum, ensuring the site's heritage is protected for future generations.
Rockpooling on the beach where Mary Anning made her discoveries
With its origins dating back to c560 AD and the Grade I building itself to the 14th century, St Asaph is one of the oldest cathedrals in Wales. Thanks to National Lottery players, the cathedral can now modernise its displays and share its history with all its visitors, including those who would not
For the next 800 years Dating back to c. 1280 the walls were built after the outer ward of Pembroke Castle was completed, and now the Pembroke Town Walls Trust want to protect and preserve them for future generations. Modern Pembroke has successfully retained much of its medieval layout and
A few young people will get a taste of fame as they walk the red carpet at the premiere of a new film they have developed using Richard Burton’s teenage diaries. The Hollywood star and heartthrob was also a prolific diarist, and thanks to £34,000 of National Lottery funding young people from Burton
Project officer Emily McGregor at one of the dew ponds
A previously unseen original drawing by Nicholas Hawksmoor, one of England’s most significant architects, has been discovered at Greenwich Heritage Centre during a National Lottery funded research project at St Alfege Church.