National Lottery Heritage Fund
DescriptionThe Fund, created by the United Kingdom’s National Lottery Program, seeks to inspire, lead, and resource the country’s heritage to create positive and lasting change for people and communities. The Program’s Heritage grants funds projects that connect people and communities to the national, regional, and local heritage of the United Kingdom. The Fund will award grants to projects that have a clear plan with a defined start, middle, and end; have not already started; and will last up to five years. Heritage projects can include oral histories; cultural traditions; nature; parks and gardens; community archaeology; historic buildings, monuments and environments; collections of books, objects, or documents in museums, libraries, or archives; histories of people and communities or places and events; heritage of languages and dialects; and places and objects linked to the country’s maritime, industrial, and transport history. Detailed information about what documentation is required for various size grants and additional instructions can be found on the Web site.
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