✔ Nature works to improve habitats or conserve species.
✔ Designed landscapes – improving and conserving historic landscapes.
✔ Landscapes and the countryside large-scale rural projects that help improve landscapes for people and nature.
✔ Oral history recordings of people’s stories, memories and songs.
✔ Cultural traditions exploring the history of different cultures through storytelling, or things that you do as part of your community.
✔ Community archaeology involves the active participation of volunteers in archaeological activities, everything from investigating, photographing, surveying to finds processing.
✔ Historic buildings, monuments and the historic environment from houses and mills, to caves and gardens.
✔ Areas that are connected to history and heritage museums, libraries and archives making the collections that museums, libraries and archives hold more accessible through new displays, improving public buildings and galleries, or engaging people with interpreting new and existing collections.
✔ Acquiring new objects and help towards the cost of acquiring one-off objects or collections as part of a collections development policy.
✔ Commemorations and celebrations telling the stories and histories of people, communities, places or events related to specific times and dates.
✔ Industrial, maritime and transport this might be places and objects linked to our industrial, maritime and transport history.
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