National Lottery Heritage Fund

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The National Lottery Heritage Fund, formerly the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), distributes a share of National Lottery funding, supporting a wide range of heritage projects across the United Kingdom.wikipedia
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National Heritage Memorial Fund

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The fund is administered by a pre-existing non-departmental public body, the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF).
It does this through the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Peter Luff

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The chief executive is Ros Kerslake OBE and its board of trustees is chaired by Sir Peter Luff.
Sir Peter James Luff (born 18 February 1955) is Chair of the National Heritage Memorial Fund and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.

National Lottery (United Kingdom)

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The National Lottery Heritage Fund, formerly the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), distributes a share of National Lottery funding, supporting a wide range of heritage projects across the United Kingdom.
The Heritage Lottery Fund was set up by the government in 1994 to provide money for "projects involving the local, regional and national heritage".

Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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The Heritage Fund is a non-departmental public body accountable to Parliament via the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

Stonehenge

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Examples of high-profile Heritage Grant recipients include: Stonehenge Visitor Centre (£10m); renovation of York Minster, including the 600-year-old Great East Window (£10m); preservation and display of the Mary Rose (£26m); restoration of St George's Market, Belfast (£2m); refurbishment of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (£13m); and redevelopment of the Royal Naval Dockyard Church (£4m).
On 20 January 2010 Wiltshire Council granted planning permission for a centre 1.5 mi to the west and English Heritage confirmed that funds to build it would be available, supported by a £10m grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

St George's Market

Belfast Corporation MarketsSt George’s MarketSt. George's Market
Examples of high-profile Heritage Grant recipients include: Stonehenge Visitor Centre (£10m); renovation of York Minster, including the 600-year-old Great East Window (£10m); preservation and display of the Mary Rose (£26m); restoration of St George's Market, Belfast (£2m); refurbishment of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (£13m); and redevelopment of the Royal Naval Dockyard Church (£4m).
A campaign backed by the City Council, traders and the general public resulted in a Heritage Lottery Fund-backed £3.5 million refurbishment programme assisted by the Environment and Heritage Agency.

Mary Rose

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Examples of high-profile Heritage Grant recipients include: Stonehenge Visitor Centre (£10m); renovation of York Minster, including the 600-year-old Great East Window (£10m); preservation and display of the Mary Rose (£26m); restoration of St George's Market, Belfast (£2m); refurbishment of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (£13m); and redevelopment of the Royal Naval Dockyard Church (£4m).
In 2002 a donation of £4.8 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund and equivalent monetary support from the Portsmouth City and Hampshire County Councils was needed to keep the work with conservation on schedule.

Sheerness Dockyard

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Examples of high-profile Heritage Grant recipients include: Stonehenge Visitor Centre (£10m); renovation of York Minster, including the 600-year-old Great East Window (£10m); preservation and display of the Mary Rose (£26m); restoration of St George's Market, Belfast (£2m); refurbishment of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (£13m); and redevelopment of the Royal Naval Dockyard Church (£4m).
A National Lottery Heritage Fund grant in 2019 enabled the redevelopment by Hugh Broughton Architects to commence.

Camelot Group

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The current operator of the National Lottery is Camelot Group.

Non-departmental public body

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The fund is administered by a pre-existing non-departmental public body, the National Heritage Memorial Fund (NHMF). The Heritage Fund is a non-departmental public body accountable to Parliament via the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS).

Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport

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Although it is not a government department, the Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport issues financial and policy directions to the organisation, which reports to Parliament through the Department.

York Minster

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Examples of high-profile Heritage Grant recipients include: Stonehenge Visitor Centre (£10m); renovation of York Minster, including the 600-year-old Great East Window (£10m); preservation and display of the Mary Rose (£26m); restoration of St George's Market, Belfast (£2m); refurbishment of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (£13m); and redevelopment of the Royal Naval Dockyard Church (£4m).

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

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Examples of high-profile Heritage Grant recipients include: Stonehenge Visitor Centre (£10m); renovation of York Minster, including the 600-year-old Great East Window (£10m); preservation and display of the Mary Rose (£26m); restoration of St George's Market, Belfast (£2m); refurbishment of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow (£13m); and redevelopment of the Royal Naval Dockyard Church (£4m).

Willesden Jewish Cemetery

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In 2015 it was awarded a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund to restore some key features of the cemetery and to create a visitor centre, a permanent exhibition and a web-based education project.

Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership

The Ouse Washes Landscape Partnership scheme (OWLP) is a 3-year project supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund which runs from 2014 - 2017.

Avalon Marshes Partnership

Between 2012 and 2016 the scheme was supported by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant of £1,772,500 with additional investment of £920,080 from other sources.

Beamish Museum

Beamish Open Air MuseumBeamishBeamish Railway
Set to take five years and cost £17m, the additions were approved by Durham council in April 2016, by which time only £2.4m in funding was still outstanding, £10.7m having been raised from the Heritage Lottery Fund and £3.3m from other sources.

List of parks, gardens and open spaces in Norwich

Earlham Park
A successful application to the Heritage Lottery Fund enabled major refurbishment to the four main parks.

Listed buildings in Barrow-in-Furness

listed structure in the town
The 2015 Heritage Index formed by the Royal Society of Arts and the Heritage Lottery Fund placed the Borough as seventh highest of 325 English districts with an especially high score relating to industrial heritage assets.

Heaton Park

Heaton HallHeaton Park ParkrunHeaton Park Racecourse
The park was renovated as part of a millennium project partnership between the Heritage Lottery Fund and Manchester City Council at a cost of over £10 million.

David France Collection

The Everton CollectionEverton Collection
In September 2007, the Everton Charitable Trust announced that it had secured a grant from the UK Heritage Lottery Fund to obtain the collection, and it was finally transferred from Dr France to the Trust on 31 December 2007.

Sir John Soane's Museum

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14 with the help of the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Saltwell Park

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Towards the end of the 20th century, the park had fallen into disrepair, but between 1999 and 2005, it was subject to a £9.6 million restoration project, funded collaboratively by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Gateshead Council and is now host to around 2 million visitors per year.

Walthamstow Wetlands

Walthamstow Reservoirs
The project was made possible after the Heritage Lottery Fund provided £4.4 million in funding.