Published: 8th Feb 2021

The National Lottery Heritage Fund has announced that applications have reopened for project grants from £3,000 to £5m. The fund closed its doors in March 2020 to new projects while all efforts switched to supporting heritage across the UK to survive and recover from the impact of Covid-19. In November, applications for projects between £3,000 to £100,000 reopened and from today (8 February), applications are once again open for funding awards from £3,000 up to £5m. Another critical change is that – between April 2021 and March 2022 – when making funding decisions, priority will be given to heritage projects that deliver at least one of the following outcomes: boosting local economies, including job creation improving people’s wellbeing making local areas better place to live, work and visit developing skills, including creating training opportunities improving the resilience of organisations we fund These priority outcomes will ensure that the funding provided by National Lottery players … (To read the full article, subscribe below)