Heritage - Projects
Quay Place is a wellbeing and heritage centre which has made use of a once-abandoned 15th Century church in Ipswich and transformed it into a multi-use community centre.
Unlocking Film Heritage: Northern Ireland on Film
Northern Ireland Screen has been curating and making accessible film materials that tell the region's unique stories, spanning from 1897 to the present day
We're here because we're here
a five-year programme of extraordinary arts experiences connecting people with the First World War.
Blyth Tall Ship
The Blyth Tall Ship project aims to celebrate that anniversary of the discovery of Antarctica in 2019 by both remembering the past and looking to the future, combining heritage, adventure and active learning.
HMS Caroline is the lone survivor of the 250 ships of the British and German Fleets that fought at the Battle of Jutland in World War I.
De Haviland Aircraft Museum
With the help of a team of dedicated volunteers, Britain’s oldest aviation museum is preserving the heritage of one of our most important aircraft companies for future generations
Scotland’s first design museum has capped Dundee’s growing global reputation for artistic innovation and excellence, as well as increasing appeal to tourists from all over the world.
Derby Silk Mill - Museum of Making
This pioneering regeneration project will preserve Derby’s important industrial heritage while giving the community a lead role in co-producing the design and content of the new Museum of Making.
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
St Fagans National Museum of History
St Fagans National Museum of History is Wales’ largest and most popular heritage attraction and one of Europe’s leading open-air museums.
The Holocaust Exhibition and Learning Centre
This unique initiative, created in partnership with the University of Huddersfield, tells the story of the Holocaust through the eyes of people who experienced it first-hand.
English Heritage conserves the places where the story of England was forged and where it can be re-told.