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  • People in Luton will share their memories of love, work and sport thanks to National Lottery players.
  • Two groups in Newcastle-under-Lyme are set to delve into the history of their local community.
  • Over the last year, the Routes2Roots campaign has been exploring what heritage, identity and culture mean to young people in Birmingham.
  • As the eyes of the world settle on the principles of freedom and justice marked by the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, young people in Yorkshire have been investigating its historic origins and considering its ongoing legacy.
  • Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown, the father of the English garden, touched landscapes all across the country and many examples are still on show today. However...
  • The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), in partnership with the Library of Birmingham and Perry Common Library, are holding an event that will bring together community groups, individuals and heritage professionals, to discuss, learn and share, and to contribute to building a more cohesive city.
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