At The National Lottery Heritage Fund, we are committed to ensuring the greatest possible public, social and economic benefit from the work we fund. Today (16 September) we are updating our licencing requirements to better support that. Use of digital technologies to create opportunities to connect
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Birmingham-based Polish Expats Association receive a £30,000 emergency grant to protect heritage in their community space and online.
Built in 1913, Steam Tug Kerne served as a Royal Navy ship in the First World War and is the only remaining operational steam tug of her type in the UK. But the sudden hit of coronavirus (COVID-19) meant the Kerne’s days on the water were numbered. Since her retirement as a working vessel, this coal
A vital Liverpool organisation has avoided closure and is continuing to share the diverse stories of the city's past.
For South Asian Heritage Month, we explore how National Lottery funding helped the United Kingdom Punjab Heritage Association (UKPHA) adapt to lockdown and launch an award-winning virtual book club.
Now open again, Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft discovered new ways to engage communities and increase resilience during lockdown.
Northern Ireland's only organisation for lesbian and bisexual women keeps its doors open after National Lottery grant.
We discover how exploring the history and landscapes of Burgh Castle in Great Yarmouth is helping people's mental health.
Sign ups to our Digital Attitudes and Skills for Heritage (DASH) survey, launched on 27 April, are already helping us to understand the heritage sector's digital needs.
Plans for VE Day 75 this weekend have been significantly affected by coronavirus (COVID-19), but many heritage organisations are finding ways to celebrate.