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Trent Park House May 18
We are delighted to announce we have secured a grant from the ! There's still a lot of funds to raise to make Trent Park House a reality- can we count on your support? Visit our new website to donate!
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Islington Mill Jan 14
Replying to @islingtonmill
Today the will announce that our funding bid was successful and that £746,000 will be awarded to Islington Mill, completing our capital fundraising project of over £2 million.
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GreatPlaceFalkirk Jun 21
We are excited to share the launch of our new website - a collection of memories & history from the Falkirk area, interpreting the story of our towns from the Roman to the modern times
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National Lottery Heritage Fund Northern Ireland Apr 8
Today we share more detail on how to apply for the £50million Heritage Emergency Fund & we publish our new guidance:
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Curious Minds Jun 3
Digital artist opportunity! The Festival of Hope in Bolton are looking for a visual artist or graphic designer - aged 18-30 in the Greater Manchester area. Details in the attached picture.
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Dorothy Clive Garden Jun 22
Our Heritage Trail, new for 2020, is a great way to explore the garden! It is supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, and the full trail can be downloaded from our website:
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Plantlife Scotland Jan 9
Our application was successful!Over the next 4 yrs we will work w/local with communities to conserve twinflower,one-flowered wintergreen,&other rare plants in the Cairngorms. Thanks @CairngormsNature and @NatureScot for their support with this project
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PAYE Stonework and Restoration Jan 10
Restoration work to an important tomb in Greenwich, with the stone Carver carefully applying a Plaka paint to restore the faded epitaph.
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Wicken Fen Jan 14
We're delighted to have received a grant for our new community engagement project: 'Footprints'. We'll be creating opportunities for local people to access new recreational activities - see
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susan pitter Dec 3
One of my fave images of out tomorrow. There's something powerful in how they're standing tall together. It's why it was my first pick for the 'Get Up Stand Up' section on activism and accolades.
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Sunderland UK 🏖️ #StayHomeSaveLives Dec 3
The clock, which sits on top of the Grade-11 listed Dun Cow in High Street West, is part of a £760,000 restoration project of the pub, and its sister pub The Peacock by owners Leighton Management, Sunderland City Council and the .
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Wild About Portsmouth Apr 29
It's ! This week we have Ancistrocerus oviventris, which belongs to a group that build their nests out of mud - potter wasps!
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Josie Fraser Feb 10
We are launching 'Digital Skills for Heritage' at The today! Making sure everyone can get the most out of heritage ⛰️🏰⛲️🕌👾🧑‍🎤💇🏾💃🪔🖼️🏭🚂🚢🌻🦋🐞🌲🍄📕🏛️💻📱🖥️
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susan pitter Jan 29
I love what I do. Love it. I realise that essentially, what I do is tell stories. That this one - previously missing or sparce - is now forever a visible, authentic, true & accessible part of the story is everything
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JamaicaSocietyLeeds Mar 5
Two books in our exhibition, by Jamaican writers - literary great McKay and local hero - perfectly captured the emotions that at some stage engulfed the hearts of first generation Jamaicans of
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Signals Jun 15
Signals is very excited to announce 'Talk Time'. From Napoleonic semaphore experiments in Harwich, to early RADAR systems in Walton during WW2, Talk Time uncovers Tendring's role in the history of communication technology. 🚩
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Ripon Museums Jun 26
Ripon Museum Trust has received £40,100 from The National Lottery Heritage to safeguard its heritage buildings
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GreatPlaceFalkirk Jul 1
We are excited to share our new heritage trails app . Download it to discover the best of our area, exploring local heritage sites and their stories with our interactive audio guides! Available for free on iTunes and Play Store.
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EPIC Project Jul 6
In celebration of here are a selection of some of the stunning that have made the site their home.
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Penwith Landscape Partnership Jul 14
It's ! This is in fields below Lower Boscaswell. They are enormous, and from the top appear like consumption walls. Nearby archaeology dates to the Iron Age, so the foundations of these hedges might be a similar age.
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