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80 organisations in England have received a share of £9m in the second round of awards from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage.
As everyone around the UK faces the challenges of responding to COVID-19 amid varying guidance and restrictions, our Chief Executive shares The Fund's latest plans to support our heritage community.
In this video conversation, Uzo Iwobi shares her journey to becoming a Black leader in Wales, and discusses how Black heritage is celebrated within the country.
Throughout my life, telling people my aspirations to have a career in wildlife conservation has often been met with surprise and disbelief.
The new fund will help organisations and individuals in the Northern Ireland heritage sector to recover from the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
This Halloween, we discover how Open Data helped connect the public to some of history’s most misrepresented women.
Funding available to innovative organisations that can help us support digital development in the heritage sector.
The wonderful Rochdale Town Hall has been given the green light for a much-anticipated revamp, thanks to £8.3million of National Lottery funding.
My experience After studying Engineering at University I found my vocation in the travel industry. Since 1982, I have been Managing Director of both a family travel business and Northern Ireland’s largest corporate travel company. In between, in the 90s, I had an opportunity to work with Delta
In our Strategic Funding Framework we made a commitment to support heritage organisations to be more robust, enterprising and forward looking. As the sector battles to weather the coronavirus (COVID-19) storm, that support is more important than ever. We have invested just over £4million in business
As Historic England publishes the latest Heritage at Risk Register, we look at some historic sites that have been removed from the register, helped by National Lottery funding.
The 2020 report highlights the UK’s best areas for heritage and puts forward the case for heritage as a means of recovery in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This year, not one, but five museums were crowned winners of the Art Fund Museum of the Year Award.
Ros Kerslake, Chief Executive of The National Lottery Heritage Fund, has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to Heritage.
World Mental Health Day falls on 10 October this year, during Black History Month. To mark both occasions, we spoke with a black museum employee to share their experiences within the sector.