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Discover how the Heritage Lottery Fund supports First World War projects

Posted  30 November 2016 in News   Projects and Resources  
By Liz Robertson
A woman tram conductor issues a ticket to a British soldier. Imperial War Museums (Q109772) A woman tram conductor issues a ticket to a British soldier. Imperial War Museums (Q109772)

The Heritage Lottery Fund has funded hundreds of projects for the centenary of the First World War. In this film, hear about the experiences of six recent projects.

HLF will be funding First World War projects throughout the Centenary. Grants are available from £3,000 upwards and applications are welcome from groups who have never applied before, as well as those who have already done a project.

If you have an idea for a project, tell HLF about it!

Be inspired by the projects already funded and visit the HLF First World War web pages to find out more about what’s on offer.

The grants programme with the simplest application form and a high success rate is First World War: then and now. Thanks to National Lottery players, this programme will be open until March 2019, with other programmes open throughout the Centenary and beyond.

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