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WW1 Community Heritage Centres Briefing EventThe Heritage Lottery FundKaren Brookfield – Deputy Director (Strategy)Anna Ja...
HLF and theCentenary of theFirst World War• UK GovernmentCentenaryprogramme• Since April 2010, wehave awarded£12million to...
Heritage Lottery Fund / AHRC / Universities• Our first collaboration• Academic support for ‘community research’• Resources...
Funding for FirstWorld War projectsFirst World War: thenand nowGrants between £3,000 and £10,000Our HeritageGrants between...
First World War: then andnow• For groups to explore,conserve and share theirFirst World War heritage• Grants of £3,000 to£...
Heritage focus• Local places• Objects, photographs, documents andnewspapers• Individuals and communities affected bythe wa...
Activities – explore and conserve
Outputs - share
Project examples[Add images of projects]
Key stages of a First World War: then and nowprojectHave an idea and find out about HLFSubmit an expression of interest an...
Support and advice• Training or advice on:o Locating and using archiveso Using online resourceso Using photographic source...
The value of research and university support•Undertake high quality activity and produce high quality outputs•Increase peo...
www.hlf.org.uk/FirstWorldWar
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The Heritage Lottery Fund presentation by Karen Brookfield - Deputy Director (Strategy) and Anna Jarvis - Programme Manager 'First World War: then and now'

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  1. 1. WW1 Community Heritage Centres Briefing EventThe Heritage Lottery FundKaren Brookfield – Deputy Director (Strategy)Anna Jarvis –Programme Manager ‘First World War: then and now’
  2. 2. HLF and theCentenary of theFirst World War• UK GovernmentCentenaryprogramme• Since April 2010, wehave awarded£12million to FirstWorld War projects
  3. 3. Heritage Lottery Fund / AHRC / Universities• Our first collaboration• Academic support for ‘community research’• Resources and digital technology• Moral support• Building lasting relationships• Needs clear offers from universities• Wide range of types of support and levels of need• Requires flexibility• Early career researchers’ role
  4. 4. Funding for FirstWorld War projectsFirst World War: thenand nowGrants between £3,000 and £10,000Our HeritageGrants between £10,000 and£100,000Heritage GrantsGrants over £100,000Young RootsGrants between £10,000 and£50,000
  5. 5. First World War: then andnow• For groups to explore,conserve and share theirFirst World War heritage• Grants of £3,000 to£10,000• Programme opened inMay, and runs for 6 years• We will fund at least 100projects per year
  6. 6. Heritage focus• Local places• Objects, photographs, documents andnewspapers• Individuals and communities affected bythe war• Buildings and structures – e.g. factoriesand hospitals• War memorials• Recordings of memories• Memories of people affected by the warafter it happened• Art, literature, music, theatre, film andpopular culture• Anything created during or since the warthat shows its impact on the UK andpeople currently living here
  7. 7. Activities – explore and conserve
  8. 8. Outputs - share
  9. 9. Project examples[Add images of projects]
  10. 10. Key stages of a First World War: then and nowprojectHave an idea and find out about HLFSubmit an expression of interest anddevelop the project ideaSubmit an applicationDeliver the projectComplete the project
  11. 11. Support and advice• Training or advice on:o Locating and using archiveso Using online resourceso Using photographic sourceso Scanning and archiving photoso Interpreting newspaperso Quantitative analysiso Publishing a booko Analysing imageso Using maps for researcho Finding listed buildinginformation• Tours of the university library• Translation and transcription support• Support with graphic designAdvice on research methodsand framing researchquestionsAdvice on/Support with:•Wiki and media sharing tools•Finding listed building information•Putting together an exhibition•Recruiting student volunteers•Editing a website•Creating a DVD•Running a showcase event•Preparing a resources pack forschools•Preparing a guided walkSubject knowledge
  12. 12. The value of research and university support•Undertake high quality activity and produce high quality outputs•Increase peoples understanding of the FWW•Leave a legacy from their project•Benefit from the enthusiasm, subject knowledge and resources ofuniversities and research organisations•Be inspired to explore new avenues in their projects•Gain knowledge and skillsIt is important to us that•A diverse range of community groups benefit from the support offered•Groups with less experience are prioritised for support•Groups have access to the expertise they need, wherever they are basedin the UK
  13. 13. www.hlf.org.uk/FirstWorldWar
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