World’s first polar research ship safeguarded thanks to the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
Thanks to NHMF funding, English Heritage has acquired the final of three Thornborough Henges, ensuring public access to the entirety of one of Britain’s most significant prehistoric monuments.
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.