This resource is designed to help organisations think about an application to HLF for a project which seeks to achieve the outcome: ‘heritage will be better interpreted and explained’. Interpretation is also one of the key vehicles by which projects can achieve the outcome: ‘people will have learnt about heritage’ and it can also help in achieving some of the other outcomes such as: ‘people will have had an enjoyable experience’ and ‘more and a wider range of people will have engaged with heritage’.
The good practice in the guidance is drawn from the experience of HLF-funded projects and many others. It will be useful to all sizes and type of project across most of HLF grant programmes.
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