Heritage sites to share £48m lottery boost

Heritage sites to share £48m lottery boost
 

The UK's oldest working theatre and largest open air museum are in line for a share of £48m in lottery cash.
Canterbury Cathedral will also receive £12.8m to replace its leaking roof and conserve its stonework and stained glass.
Bristol Old Vic has been awarded £2.3m to create a heritage centre and reinstate Georgian features.
The Heritage Lottery Fund's chairman said the investment was "not just about buildings".
Sir Peter Luff added: "It's also about the people and communities whose lives they changed in the past - and will change in the future.
"It's about the tourism... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Art & Culture, Views: 36
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