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  1. 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

  2. Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre

    The Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre is a magical place offering exploration and play, where children can let their imagination go wild. It is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.

  3. Wheelchair Hurling

    Wheelchair hurling makes the traditional Irish sport accessible to players in wheelchairs with dedicated coaches and provision of new clubs.

  4. Kinship Care

    Kinship Care Northern Ireland helps and supports children who cannot be cared for by their own parents to live safely and securely within their own families and communities

  5. 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

  6. The Orchard Project

    The Orchard Project is a charity with an ambitious plan to bring London’s ‘lost’ orchards back to life.

  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. Active Row

    London Youth Rowing’s Active Row aim's to engage young people who are less likely to participate in physical activity, such as those from diverse and disadvantaged backgrounds through rowing

  12. Glasgow Gladiators

    Glasgow Gladiators Disability Sports Club gives people the opportunity to play powerchair football and boccia, from complete beginners to potential Paralympians.