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  • Did you know it’s National Walking Month? We’re all being encouraged to get outside, leave other transport behind and walk this May.
  • It’s time to put away schoolbags, hang up work clothes and head outside for the first May bank holiday! So here are ten of our favourite things to do in the great outdoors which could help make your break extra special.
  • The finalists of this year’s Art Fund Prize for the Museum of the Year have been announced. Now in its 13th year, we take a look at how National Lottery funding has helped produce world-class winners.
  • King’s Lynn has been a merchant town for more than eight centuries and this vital part of its history forms the cornerstone of a heritage-led economic revival.
  • When the restored ‘birthplace of British cinema’ in London’s Regent Street opens its doors once more in May, it will join a growing number of Heritage Lottery Fund supported projects that are recapturing the golden days of the silver screen in the UK.
  • We have a monitoring and evaluation process to help guide you through the development of your project and to ensure that Lottery players’ money is being spent effectively and efficiently.
  • As the UK marks the Centenary of the Gallipoli campaign, Robin Clutterbuck, National Coordinator of the Gallipoli Centenary Education Project (GCEP), finds that young...
  • A four-year, £12million restoration project has sensitively transformed the 900 year-old site into a new heritage attraction, complete with luxury accommodation, riverside restaurant and...
  • In her second blog post about diversity and inclusion in heritage projects, Liz Ellis, HLF Communities and Diversity Policy Adviser, has been finding out...


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