Our Projects
Two Heritage Horticultural Skills Scheme and Skills for the Future trainees working in Dyffryn Gardens

Our projects 

The projects we fund reach every corner of the UK – from Orkney and Northern Ireland’s Mourne coast to Land’s End and the white cliffs of Kent. From conserving a local church to revealing the untold stories of refugee communities, and from opening up World Heritage Sites to protecting some of our most endangered species, they look after every part of our diverse heritage.

Our projects have not only revitalised hundreds of museums, parks, historic buildings, landscapes and wildlife sites, but also given new meaning to heritage itself: people from every walk of life are now involved with the heritage that inspires them, making choices about what they want to keep and share from the past, for future generations.

Fast fact

We have funded over 1,000 heritage education posts and the creation of more than 630 spaces for learning