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Funding Officer at Devon Wildlife Trust (started July 2016), reporting to various donors on projects and other work they support, and claiming pledged funds. Previously at the University of Exeter as Trusts & Foundations Manager, generating income for research, capital projects, and scholarships. Before that, worked at the RSPB as Project Fundraising Manager, leading on grants and trusts income generation for projects on nature reserves and other work in South West England. Also had six years at HLF as Grants Officer, assessing applications and monitoring projects across the South West, including a lead on Townscape Heritage Initiative schemes. Personal interest in heritage interpretation of all types, and various aspects of museums activity.
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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