The £50million fund to support the heritage sector as an immediate response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has extended its deadline to 31 July. The UK-wide fund - money raised by the National Lottery - will address immediate pressures over the next three-six months for those organisations most in need.
They will continue to support more than 2,500 projects that they have already committed to - an investment of more than £1billion. Plus, there's additional support and resources, including accelerating the provision of their £1.2m Digital Skills for Heritage initiative to help the sector through the crisis and beyond.
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