Vanessa Wells

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Vanessa
Wells
Heritage Lottery Fund
London

I am the Programme Manager for the Collecting Cultures programme at the Heritage Lottery Fund. I have an overview of all projects within the programme, convene Collecting Cultures cohort meetings and provide support throughout the programme. My other area of work is as Senior Grants Officer for the National Heritage Memorial Fund, this sees a high number of acquisition projects so is a good complement to my Collecting Cultures work.

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  • Recently, a new question has been added to the application forms: How are you planning to promote and acknowledge National Lottery players' contribution to your project through HLF funding? Private philanthropists receive a wealth of exciting invitations to glamorous events thanking them for their... read more

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    Posted 1 week 6 days ago
  • You can find out about the changes to our funding for places of worship by reading my blog post . However we thought that it might be useful to answer some of the questions that applicants might have in an FAQ-style post. Hopefully you can find the answers to your questions below, but if not,... read more

    View Sara Crofts's profile
    Posted 2 weeks 6 days ago
  • We’re recruiting for Heritage Ambassadors to join us for up to 4-5 days a year to support the thinking and the decision-making around our new Kick the Dust programme ( https://www.hlf.org.uk/looking-funding/our-grant-programmes/kick-dust ) We hope that this opportunity may be of interest, whether... read more

    View John McMahon's profile
    Posted 1 week 5 days ago
  • Our churchyard project is slightly unusual in that the ‘new’ church is 400m away and the normal link was not as strong as might be expected. It dates from 1660, is 2.2 acres and has 11,200 burials recorded. Part is ‘closed’ and the grass cut by the Council, part is mainly mid Victorian through to... read more

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    Posted 2 weeks 13 hours ago
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