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The Heritage Crafts Association and the Sussex Heritage Trust award four new grants to help save endangered crafts from extinction

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A brick and tile maker, two flint wallers and a trug maker have been awarded grants to help safeguard some of Sussex’s most endangered craft skills. The Heritage Crafts Association (HCA) and the Sussex Heritage Trust (SHT) have awarded the grants through the HCA’s Endangered Crafts Fund, which was launched…

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£1 million of DCMS funding awarded to boost digital development in heritage organisations

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A charity supporting butterflies and moths and a museum dedicated to Burnley’s textiles industry are among the successful organisations awarded funding by The National Lottery Heritage Fund Digital Skills for Heritage initiative, to raise digital skills and confidence across the UK heritage sector. National Lottery funded Digital Skills for Heritage has expanded thanks to…

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Minley Home Farm covered in vegetation

SAVE bid to list historic Edwardian farm gains national support

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SAVE’s listing application gains support from national organisations and showcases previously unknown significance of model home farm. An application submitted by SAVE Britain’s Heritage to list a threatened Edwardian model farmstead in rural Hampshire has garnered support from national bodies and leading architectural historians including the Campaign for the Protection of Rural England (CPRE) the Gardens…

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Free funding search for Wales’ voluntary sector

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Funding Wales will help connect Wales’ charities, community groups and social enterprises with the funding they need.   Funding Wales is a free tool to help voluntary organisations find funding for their cause. The website, created by Third Sector Support Wales, allows charities, community groups or social enterprises in Wales…

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Laser scan of Chance Glass Works by the University of Wolverhampton

Network members go digital during COVID

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The latest Network poll asked our members about the uptake of digital technology, particularly during the COVID crisis. Zooming in When it came to basic marketing and communication tools, not surprisingly the big winner is Zoom and its competitors, with 85% of respondents reporting taking up video conferencing for the…

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Innovative archaeology outreach group recognised by National Awards

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The Community Burgh Survey group in Inverkeithing have met virtually, throughout the pandemic. Their hard work has won the Highly Commended Marsh Award for community archaeology projects, run by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA). It was one of only three projects to be shortlisted, and the only Scottish winner in the paid support category, presented by the CBA on Thursday 4th February…

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A fresh new look for Cleveland Pools

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Cleveland Pools is the UK’s oldest public outdoor swimming pool. Built in 1815, the site first opened as a river fed pool, followed by a colourful history through the Victorian era to its heyday in the 1970s, until competition from the newly opened indoor Bath Sports and Leisure Centre saw…

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