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Heritage Resilience and Recovery Funding

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Heritage Resilience and Recovery Funding

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Grants to support the heritage sector to strengthen its recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) in the medium term and to build back for positive change across the UK’s heritage.

Until the end of the 2022-23 financial year, the National Lottery Grants for Heritage will give priority to heritage projects that:

  • Promote inclusion and involve a wider range of people (mandatory outcome)
  • Boost the local economy
  • Encourage skills development and job creation
  • Support wellbeing
  • Create better places to live, work and visit
  • Improve the resilience of organisations working in heritage

Application deadline: Thursday 25th May

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