Heritage Lottery Fund

South Australian Women Working in Munitions Factory during World War II (19)The Heritage Lottery Fund logo.





The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) uses money raised by National Lottery players to help people across the UK explore, enjoy and protect the heritage they care about. The organisation wants to make sure this heritage is looked after for future generations. The HLF provides funding to Rotherham MCVC in support of a variety of projects.

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WW1 Project – final event 16th June 2015

       The Mayor of Rotherham Cllr Maggie Clark and Commissioner Manzie arrive at   RCAT to be met[…..]

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End of WW1 Project Celebration

MCVC will be celebrating the work carried out by the students of Wingfield Academy and the Media course of RCAT[…..]

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HLF Meet & Greet
HLF Meet & Greet Evening

Rotherham MCVC hosted a Heritage Lottery Fund meet and greet evening on the 6th May at the Carlton Park Hotel. The[…..]

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A screenshot of Rotherham MCVC's WW1 Presentation.
WW1 The Great Families of the Great War

The project focus is on the ‘living memories’ of children born during and in the immediate aftermath of ‘The Great[…..]

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Wingfield Academy Students
Wingfield Academy

The students at Wingfield Academy have been hard at work producing a presentation on World War 1. For a PDF[…..]

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The equipment donated to the Rotherham College of Arts & Technology.
Rotherham College of Arts & Technology

Rotherham College of Arts & Technology (RCAT) is committed to providing each and every one of their students with the[…..]

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