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  1. 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

  2. V&A Dundee

    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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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

  5. Brooke Park, Derry

    The historic Brooke Park, known as ‘The People’s Park, has been a well-loved public space in the heart of Derry/Londonderry for more than a century

  6. The Mourne Mountains Landscape Partnership Scheme

    National Lottery funding helped support the conservation and enhancement of the sensitive and diverse environment and rich cultural heritage of the iconic Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland

  7. York Minster Revealed

    York Minster Revealed was a major, five year project which included one of the largest conservation and restoration projects of its kind in Europe.

  8. 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.

  9. The Mary Rose

    The Mary Rose provides the world’s best insight into Tudor life some 500 years ago. The hull is displayed alongside thousands of her unique artefacts.

  10. 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.

  11. English Heritage

    English Heritage conserves the places where the story of England was forged and where it can be re-told.