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  • Matt Cox, Youth Engagement Officer at Warwickshire Wildlife Trust, shares his views on the importance of engaging young people with their natural heritage and...
  • This year, the capital will be celebrating the 50th anniversary of the creation of the London boroughs.
  • As Dr Manon Antoniazzi comes to the end of her term as Wales trustee of the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), she reflects on her...
  • Art is a powerful medium by which diversity and issues around identity and migration can be expressed. During the second half of 2015, two major London exhibitions will be showcasing artwork of two migrant communities that has its roots in the 20th century.
  • To mark the UK’s first-ever Disabled Access Day, Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser for Communities and Diversity at the Heritage Lottery Fund, shares her top...
  • Lottery funding can help to save our natural and cultural heritage, and 2014 saw some great projects in the West Midlands. Dr Tom Tew,...
  • From 12-16 January we will be celebrating the natural heritage of the West Midlands, highlighting successful projects and giving lots of advice on how to apply.
  • A semi-derelict building depicting a transformational turning point for industry in the North West will be saved and turned into a centre for local artists.
  • Volunteers and trainees are at the heart of so many HLF-funded projects. Here apprentices at the RAF Museum in Hendon describe their experiences as heritage apprentices.
  • While BAFTA and Oscar nominations are expected for Mike Leigh’s widely acclaimed biopic Mr Turner the custodians of a modest south London villa designed by the artist are already celebrating now that the historic property can be saved, thanks to a £1.4million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).

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