We are currently recruiting six members to the NHMF Panel, which provides expert advice at quarterly meetings to help our Board of Trustees make the right funding decisions.
A striking painting by French artist James Tissot has been acquired by National Museums NI thanks to a £90,000 grant from the National Heritage Memorial Fund along with donations from the Art Fund and Department for Communities.
World’s first polar research ship safeguarded thanks to the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
The Hepworth Wakefield in West Yorkshire has acquired a work by pioneering British artist Ben Nicolson (1894-1982) thanks to a £1.5million National Heritage Memorial Fund grant, along with £500,000 from the Art Fund and donations from other trusts, foundations and individuals.
40 years of NHMF: In 2002, the largest ever NHMF grant saved historic house in Somerset for the nation.
40 years of NHMF: when Skokholm Island was offered to the Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales for £500,000 in 2005, all efforts went into raising enough money to buy this unique habitat – but a rival bid created an unexpected emergency.
NHMF’s COVID-19 Response Fund will address long term impact of coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic on heritage assets
Thanks to support of over £370,000 from the National Heritage Memorial Fund, Kettle’s Yard, University of Cambridge and Tate have jointly acquired three important and rare sketchbooks by the self-taught artist and mariner Alfred Wallis (1855-1942).
Thanks to the support of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, this important piece of furniture has been saved from significant risk of private ownership and removal from public view.
To mark International Women’s Day, Ann Dinsdale, Principal Curator of the Brontë Parsonage Museum, Haworth tells us about its precious collection dedicated to three remarkable sisters.