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  1. Connected Histories

    Finding ancestors of the 400,000 Muslims who fought for Britain in the First World War, and using their memories and artefacts for an exhibition in Birmingham

  2. Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

    Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust cares for some of the most important industrial heritage in the world and inspires visitors with its world changing story.

  3. Back into sport

    Rotherham United's Back into Sport reaches out to members of the black and ethnic minority community to encourage them to take up sport and physical activities

  4. Suited For Success

    Suited for Success is a charity which provides essential moral support along with free second-hand suits and workwear to help unemployed men and women

  5. Resources for Autism

    Resources for Autism (RfA) runs a range of practical services for people with autism that can move them from crisis to coping.

  6. The Royal Shakespeare Company

    Bringing the complete works of playwright William Shakespeare to as wide an audience as possible is the core mission of the celebrated Royal Shakespeare Company, while also staging works by his contemporaries and today’s writers

  7. The Pump - History of Grime

    This Birmingham charity supports the development of young people, especially those experiencing disadvantage and isolation. The History of Grime is one of their music projects being supported by the National Lottery funding

  8. Wolverhampton Art Gallery

    This vibrant gallery in the Midlands is dedicated to preserving old gems for everyone to enjoy, as well as championing modern art movements and inspiring local people to express their inner artist

  9. Rural Media Charity

    The importance of preserving and documenting the cultural heritage of an area has been brought to life by Rural Media’s film A Great Place

  10. 14/18 Now

    The British branch of this energetic international speed theatre festival has used National Lottery funding to turn young people into playwrights – and see their work performed to a live audience