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For Disability History Month, Jonathan Mace and Heather Brown reflect on how their National Lottery funded heritage projects consider a variety of access needs.
Six-year project to restore ship and open it up to the public is completed thanks to £4.7million National Lottery support.
London landmark is on the ‘route to recovery’ as government emergency funding for culture hits £1billion.
68 inspiring projects have received grants from the Government’s Green Recovery Challenge Fund for wildlife conservation and nature restoration.
The historic takeover, unveiled by TV historian Sir Tony Robinson, is in honour of eight heritage heroes who have kept National Lottery funded projects going during the pandemic.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund has resumed accepting small and medium project funding applications and launched an interest free loans pilot.
We have teamed up with the Welsh Government to offer grants between £5,000–£100,000 to pay for business skills training for Welsh environmental non-governmental organisations (eNGOs).
New fund opening today will support organisations seeking to mark the history of the Northern Ireland Centenary in 2021.
Our 15-Minute Heritage programme to support mental and physical wellbeing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has awarded grants to 84 projects across Wales.
80 organisations in England have received a share of £9m in the second round of awards from the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage.
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.