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Heritage Lottery Fund
How has our funding improved the condition of heritage? How is heritage being conserved for the future?
Work to investigate whether the ongoing economic benefits of HLF funding have been sustained in recent years.
Since 2005 we have undertaken 60 surveys at heritage visitor destinations that have received HLF funding.
These reports present the results of case studies that look at the economic impacts of tourism that HLF investment has had.
People that live nearby to parks, museums and historic buildings can be amongst the main people to benefit from HLF funding.
This report analyses all HLF social impact research undertaken between 2005 and 2011, and considers how the social benefits of HLF funding could be increased....
We have looked at the social benefits of involvement in HLF projects through two different pieces of research.
This report summarises the results of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Output Data survey for Heritage Grants projects.
Research involving a review of the self-evaluation process and the outcomes achieved by 200 completed Heritage Grants projects which ran between 2008-2013.
In our latest research study, we focused on the impact of our largest grants – those of £5million or more.
Interim report from the on-going Our Heritage programme evaluation.
These report summarise the results of the HLF’s Output Data survey for Our Heritage and Your Heritage (and in 2016 Heritage Grants) projects....
Sharing Heritage is HLF’s smallest grants programme. It provides grants of £3,000 - £10,000 for small-scale heritage projects and is aimed primarily at voluntary sector...
A grants programme funding high quality, paid, work-based training opportunities which help attract new entrants to the heritage workforce.
This report is based on the first year of evaluation of HLF’s First World War Centenary activity.
A match-funding initiative offering heritage organisations in the UK the opportunity to create an endowment and bring additional private money into the heritage sector....
This research follows the progress of Catalyst: Umbrella and Small grant recipients to assess the impact of the Catalyst: Capacity building programmes.
This report presents an evaluation of HLF’s Landscape Partnership programme.
This programme aims to regenerate public parks and cemeteries of national, regional or local heritage value for the enjoyment and recreation of local people....
The evaluation of the THI programme covers 17 case studies, across a wide mix of towns and cities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland....
An evaluation of the Young Roots programme.
All Our Stories was a UK-wide community heritage programme designed to explore, share and celebrate local heritage.
This research follows the progress of the 22 Collecting Cultures projects we have funded over the last four years.
The most recent research of this church repairs programme was in 2005, when two pieces of work were undertaken.
Throughout each year we undertake a survey of applicants and grantees, to gather their feedback on our work.
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