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Benjamin Parker

Cleveland Pools appoint Project Director

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Cleveland Pools appoint Project Director With £4.7m funding secured from the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF), the Cleveland Pools Trust has appointed a full-time director to manage and deliver the project, which is scheduled for completion in spring/summer 2021. Anna Baker joined the Trust on 3 June and will be…

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More Than A Pub

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More Than A Pub: The Community Pub Business Support Programme Programme is due to re-open for the second round of funding and support on Wednesday 19 June 2019. Funded by Power to Change and delivered by Plunkett Foundation, this £2.2m programme will offer support to communities in both rural and…

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HTN Chair joins InvestSK

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InvestSK, South Kesteven’s economic growth and regeneration company, has appointed Liz Bates as Assistant Chief Executive. Liz, who joins the company from Heritage Lincolnshire where she has been CEO for 6 years, will take up the new post on June 10. As a wholly-owned company of South Kesteven District Council,…

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New Heritage Minister

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Rebecca Pow named arts and heritage minister Following a Cabinet reshuffle, Rebecca Pow MP, Member of Parliament for Taunton Deane, has been appointed as a Parliamentary Under Secretary of State at the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport. Via Twitter, Pow said she was “honoured and absolutely delighted” to…

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Ecclesiastical launch Movement for Good awards

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Ecclesiastical launch Movement for Good awards Today Movement for Good launches; a programme designed to give £1million directly to charities “that are changing people’s lives for the better”. The giving programme has two funding categories: £,1000 awards, which will be awarded to 500 charities, (open for nominations from 23 April…

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HTN & Charity Finance Group Launch New Partnership

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Newly-launched partnership will support 250 heritage organisations in developing financial skills and knowledge.   Following the successful launch of its partnership with the Association of Independent Museums (AIM), Charity Finance Group (CFG) has a second collaboration with the heritage sector, this time with the Heritage Trust Network (HTN). Launched today,…

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