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Becki Morris has worked in the heritage sector for twenty years, specialising collections and inclusive practice. She is a member of two National Boards relating to Neurodiversity and is a qualified access auditor. DCN was launched in 2015 to provide a online hub of resources for inclusive practice in the heritage sector by working within and across sectors, including digital, governmental, third and corporate. These free resources are available via www.musedcn.org.uk DCN also works to support museums to develop inclusive practice via project development, strategy, auditing and collaboration with community groups. Recently DCN launched an online virtual Neurodiverse Museum Professionals Network via www.ndmusgrp.ning.com
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At the end of 2017 and early 2018, Heritage Lottery Fund delivered a pilot scheme in Barrow-in-Furness for grants under £3,000. [see our press release on the launch here and here ] Since the programme closed to applications, we have awarded 20 grants totalling £51,000. We been thrilled to fund a... read more
“Often when we think of our history, we think of kings and queens… We believe that the experiences of the people who helped build the country are just as important and should be recorded,” says Jonathan Platt, Head of HLF East Midlands. Last week we hosted a live chat to discuss the ins and outs of... read more
For the wonderful projects taking part in The National Lottery #ThanksToYou week this 3-9 December , we've pulled together some FAQs to help answer any questions you might have about taking part in this year's campaign. If there's anything we haven't covered, please ask us in the comments below... read more