Heritage Lottery Fund launches £10m to improve youth engagement
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Heritage Lottery Fund launches £10m to improve youth engagement

28 Sep 2016 | Alice Sharman
Tags: Grants

The Heritage Lottery fund has today launched a £10m pilot programme and is inviting groups of charities and other organisations to apply for funding.

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