Lifesaving support from our COVID-19 Response Fund for buildings impacted by the pandemic.
A pioneering mill village, a museum, ship and locomotive have received a share of our COVID-19 Response Fund, designed to support sites and assets at risk.
In part thanks to £10million NHMF funding, The National Portrait Gallery and Art Fund’s joint campaign to save Joshua Reynolds’ remarkable portrait has been successful.
Oxford University Museum of Natural History has acquired a collection of over 1,000 items including letters, notebooks, family papers, prints, and artworks thanks to £224,450 NHMF funding.
On International Women’s Day, we’re sharing the work of three lesser-known yet ground-breaking women scientists whose heritage has been protected thanks to NHMF funding.
Thanks to NHMF funding, the rare artwork becomes the most significant Renaissance painting in a Northern Ireland collection and the artist’s only painting publicly available in the UK.
What would you do if you discovered buried treasure dating back over a thousand years? In 2015, two men were faced with this question, and now they’re serving time in prison…
Once owned by Norfolk’s famous Paston family, the stunning tabletop has found a permanent home at Norwich Castle thanks to a £606,250 grant from the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
The 400-year-old manuscript will be acquired by the University of Edinburgh thanks to £73,100 funding from the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
The iconic seaside attraction is one of a number of nationally important heritage sites and assets across England supported through government funding distributed by the National Heritage Memorial Fund.