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Heritage Update
Issue 431 - Friday 13 November 2020     

In this week's Issue:

  • Help us ask young people: ‘what does heritage mean to you?’
  • Brexit issues are firmly in our minds this week.
  • The latest recipients of the Culture Recovery Fund and Heritage at Risk have been announced.
  • Vote for us for the Movement for Good Awards 2020!
  • Become a Trustee for The Heritage Alliance!

Culture Recovery Fund and Heritage at Risk - Further Awardees Announced

On Saturday, we received the welcome news that a further 162 heritage sites had been protected by the Culture Recovery Fund, the Covid-19 Emergency Heritage at Risk Response Fund and the Repair Grants for Heritage at Risk Fund. The list of recipients includes our members Wentworth Woodhouse, Friends of the Stockton & Darlington Railway and The Restoration Trust, as well as many members of our members.

More than £14 million has been awarded to heritage organisations, including £5 million invested in construction and maintenance projects at historic sites which can continue during lockdown. £18 million has been also awarded to arts and cultural spaces in the second round of grants over £1 million from Arts Council England.

The full Government list and details are available here.

Become a Trustee for The Heritage Alliance

The Heritage Alliance are currently looking for new Trustees to join our dynamic organisation in February 2021.

The Alliance is seeking to diversify the composition of the board in order better to reflect the varied geographical, cultural and age characteristics of the UK. We will also encourage candidates with experience in fundraising, income generation, membership development, change management and IT.

The Heritage Alliance is the largest coalition of independent heritage organisations in the UK, with over 150 members. We are a charity. We embrace some very large organisations and many smaller ones; the unifying factor between them is a love of our diverse built, natural and created heritage.

For more information on the work of the Alliance, and for a full role description, please see our website here.

Nominate a Heritage Charity to Receive a Festive Financial Boost

Ecclesiastical Insurance has launched its annual 12 Days of Giving campaign, where it gives a share of £120,000 to 120 charities over the festive season.

Ecclesiastical is inviting individuals to nominate a charity to receive a £1000 donation as part of the campaign. 10 winners will be announced each weekday from 7 to 22 December. Nominations can be placed here and are open from 9 November to 21 December.

We ask Heritage Update readers to please consider nominating The Heritage Alliance for one of these awards. We have a large impact as a small charity and want to do all we can to continue to support the heritage sector through this difficult year and into the new year. Thank you!

Heritage Debate 2020

Our annual (and first ever digital) Heritage Debate will be taking place on 23 November 4-6 pm, on “Young People and Heritage: Creating Lifelong Supporters?”.

At a time when 16-24-year-olds are the least likely adult age group to visit a heritage venue, now is the time to ensure that the heritage sector is reflecting on its practice and engaging young people as audiences and collaborators. The last few months have seen incredible resilience from the heritage sector, yet with new ways of working and the need to adapt to our changing society, the sector must ensure it has young advocates for its continued growth.

We are delighted to announce that our event this year will be led by young people: co-chaired by Daniella Briscoe-Peaple, Advocacy & Communications Officer at the Alliance (and Heritage Update editor!) and Alice Purkiss, National Trust Partnership Lead for Oxford University.

Our panellists for this year's event are Alison Bowyer, CEO of Kids in Museums; Anita Kerwin-Nye, Director of Strategy and Engagement at Youth Hostel Association [Alliance member]; Grace Connelly, Support Officer/SPAB Scotland Officer at Europa Nosta UK and Ana Persinaru, Youth Engagement Consultant for Heritage Open Days [Alliance member].

Click here to book your (free) ticket.


Help Us Capture the Voices of Young People: 'What Does Heritage Mean to You?'

In the lead-up to this year's Heritage Debate we are seeking blogs and vlogs from young people in the UK aged 16-24 with an interest in heritage. We ask them to answer the question ‘What does heritage mean to you?’ All blog/vlog submissions will be entered into a prize draw to win an iPad Air (thanks to our sponsors Ecclesiastical Insurance).

The full submission guidelines and a Submission Agreement Form are available to download from our website. The deadline for submissions is midnight on Monday 16 November.

Heritage Dialogue - 'Expanding Horizons: How can international connections support us now?'

The Heritage Alliance is delighted to announce the second in our webinar series, ‘Heritage Dialogues’, sponsored by Oxford University Humanities Division. In this Dialogue on 18 November 4 -5 pm, we will be exploring the benefits of international cooperation and asking how international links can help us to navigate the current pandemic.

The temptation is to look inwards, as we enter a second lockdown and as the end of the Brexit Transition Period nears. Therefore, it is all the more important to ask how we currently benefit from our international connections and reputation, and what more we can do to communicate, learn from and share on an international scale. 

Book your free place here.

Rebuilding Heritage

Rebuilding Heritage is a free support programme to help the heritage sector respond to the ongoing impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information on the programme please visit

Governance During Challenging Times
20 November, 11am-12.15pm
In the next event from the Rebuilding Heritage programme, Clore Leadership will present a discussion with Hilary Carty, Keith Arrowsmith, and Reyahn King exploring how Boards can govern their organisations effectively during uncertain times.

Book here

Heritage Digital

What’s coming up on our National Lottery Heritage Fund supported Heritage Digital project? For regular updates on this programme, sign up to the project mailing list.

• Essential Skill Masterclasses – CRM
The next Heritage Digital masterclass will be covering CRM on 1/3rd December. Head to the Heritage Digital website to find out how to book.

• #HeritageDigitalNow recordings
Sign up to the project mailing list (link above) to receive a link to the recordings from our #HeritageDigitalNow virtual event last month.

• Get involved – share your case study
We are always looking for case studies of good digital skills use, particularly relating to social media, digital technology, digital rights or marketing. Get in touch if you’d like to write a short case study for our Heritage Digital portal by emailing Carmen at


#HeritageChat is a monthly, one-hour Twitter chat for the historic environment sector. November’s Heritage Chat will take place on Tuesday 17th November (1-2pm) and will focus on the ‘Overlap between historic and natural environment’. The questions to be discussed are pinned to @HeritageChat profile and can be found here (at the top of the page).

Follow @HeritageChat to take part!

If you want to suggest a topic and/or to run one of the next chats, please get in touch with Francesca Benetti at

Welcome to the Alliance!

We are delighted to announce that The UK National Commission for UNESCO has joined as the newest member of the Heritage Alliance!

UNESCO UK, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), promotes a culture of peace by fostering intercultural dialogue and international cooperation through collaborative work in the fields of education, the natural and social sciences, culture, communication and information. The UK National Commission for UNESCO (UKNC) is a constitutional part of the UK’s membership of UNESCO. It works to support the UK’s contribution to UNESCO and bring the benefits of UNESCO to the UK with the UK’s 171 UNESCO designations It acts as the central hub for UNESCO related matters in the UK. We are an independent not-for-profit organisation, supported by grant funding from the UK government.

Be Heard - Join The Heritage Alliance

We understand the challenging times heritage organisations are facing at the moment. If you are not yet an Alliance member, this might be the right time for you to join, as alongside a range of free support, we would:

  • Represent your asks, needs and concerns with DCMS and at ministerial meetings;
  • Connect you to other organisations across the sector through our advocacy groups and networks;
  • Promote your events/jobs/content through Heritage Update for free- reaching over 14k inboxes in the sector, to give you visibility at this critical time.

To find out more, please contact the Heritage Alliance's Development & Membership Manager, Delphine, at

Header Image: 'Tangy Mill' - Landmark Trust

This week’s header image shows Tangy Mill, a Landmark Trust property [Alliance member].

The Landmark Trust is a charity that rescues important buildings that would otherwise be lost.

We wanted to feature an image this week that captured the open green spaces that will be so important to us in this period of Lockdown.

Image: Landmark trust, Jill Tate

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Government COVID-19 News

Over the past few week, The Heritage Alliance policy team has been collating and reviewing the latest guidance from the UK Government on the upcoming coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions and what they mean for the heritage sector.

We also continue to ask DCMS questions on behalf of our members. Our COVID-19 Guidance Hub is also regularly updated with important information and links.

The latest guidance from the Government includes:

Extension of the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)

The Government has announced that the furlough scheme will be extended until the end of March, although the Treasury will review the policy again in January. This also means the Job Support Scheme, which was due to come into effect on 1 November, has now been postponed until the Coronavirus Jobs Retention Scheme ends. The third Self-Employment Income Support Scheme grant, covering the period from November to January, will also be increased from 55% to 80% of trading profits.

A neat summary of the announcements from 5 November can be found here. And full guidance on the CJRS is available on the Government website, which has been updated with details of how to claim for periods after 1 November 2020.

It is important to note that 30 November is the last day employers can submit or change claims for periods ending on or before 31 October.

National Restrictions Poster

The government has published a new poster on the main rules and restrictions that apply over the next month which is a good resource for heritage organisations to share with staff, volunteers and visitors.

Changes to Bounce Back Loans

The Guidance on Bounce Back Loans has been updated to include top ups to existing loans, extending the loan period, making interest-only repayments, or pausing repayments. Specifically, if you already have a Bounce Back Loan but borrowed less than you were entitled to, from 10 November you can top up your existing loan to your maximum amount. Top-ups must be requested by 31 January 2021.

Reclaiming Statutory Sick Pay

The guidance to employers on reclaiming Statutory Sick Pay has been updated so that now the repayment will cover up to 2 weeks SSP starting from the first qualifying day of sickness if an employee is unable to work because they have been advised by letter to shield or because they’re clinically extremely vulnerable and at very high risk of severe illness from coronavirus.

Freedoms Extended for Hospitalities

The Housing Secretary Robert Jenrick has announced that restaurants, pubs and cafes will get automatic freedoms to provide takeaway services for another year. The Government has also extended freedoms for businesses and communities to host markets and stalls and for businesses to offer more alfresco dining by simplifying the process to get an outdoor seating licence.

Culture is Crucial to the UK’s Recovery

Justine Simons OBE, the Deputy Mayor for Culture and the Creative Industries in London and the Chair of the World Cities Culture Forum, has written an article on why culture and the arts are crucial to the UK's recovery post-pandemic.


The Government has published a collection of guidance for the arts, heritage and culture sectors to help organisations prepare for the transition period, with sections on:

  • Your employees
  • Your data
  • Visiting Europe
  • Your organisation and services
  • Moving goods
  • EU funding
  • Recruiting from outside the UK
  • Global Talent Visa

Equivalent guidance is also available for the tourism sector.

Data Protection

Any businesses or organisations that receive personal data (such as names, addresses or payroll details) from the EU/EEA must check if they need to take action on data protection to ensure data can flow lawfully from January 1st 2021.

Businesses and organisations can sign up to the Information Commissioner’s Office's newsletter for the latest guidance and up-to-date information about data protection.

And DCMS is holding a webinar on ‘Using personal data from 1 January 2021’ – at 11 am on Wednesday 18 November, after which a recording will be available to view on demand.

Changes in Food Labelling and Logos

DEFRA has published an update to its information on the labelling of food products for sale in the UK and EU, with a particular focus on food products marketed in Northern Ireland. This full guidance will be of interest to businesses that produce food products, especially in rural and seaside areas.

Parliamentary News

Brexit Legislation

Two crucial pieces of post-Brexit legislation have received royal assent and passed into law. The Agriculture Bill, which outlines the new system of support for farmers after Brexit, has become the Agriculture Act 2020. The Immigration Bill, which ends freedom of movement, also received royal asset to become the Immigration Act 2020.

The Environment Bill is now being considered again by the Public Bill Committee, which will report by 1 December 2020. Two amendments supported by The Heritage Alliance were tabled at committee stage. Read the Alliance's briefing on the exclusion of Heritage from the Environment Bill here.


DCMS Parliamentary Questions took place on 5 November, during which Caroline Dineage spoke about the Culture Recovery Fund. A recording of the discussion is available to watch here.

The National Trust

Yesterday, there was a Westminster Hall debate on the Future of the National Trust. The National Trust is a long-standing member of The Heritage Alliance. The Green Alliance has published an article in support of the Trust, entitled: 'We should be supporting the National Trust not bashing it for exploring our history'.

Lord Mendoza - Maiden Speech

Lord Neil Mendoza, Chair of the Landmark Trust [Alliance Member] and Commissioner for the Culture Recovery Fund, made his maiden speech in the House of Lords this week, talking about the recovery of Arts, Culture and the Heritage Sector. Listen to the full speech here.

Tracking the Impact of COVID-19

ONS Data

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has released indicators from the Opinions and Lifestyle Survey covering the period from 28 October to 1 November 2020. 

The results from the latest ONS report into the impacts of COVID-19 on the UK economy and society over the past two weeks (5 to 18 October) again reveal that the arts, entertainment and recreation industry had the highest percentage of businesses that were temporarily closed or paused trading, at 22%, followed by the accommodation and food service activities industry at 18%.

VisitBritain Coronavirus sentiment tracker

VisitBritain [Alliance member] has now published data for Week 18 of its research into consumer sentiments related to the coronavirus pandemic. The findings from this period (26 to 30 October) show that the national mood has again fallen, and that people are increasingly worried about the impacts of Coronavirus. The 'appetite for risk' perceived in going for a walk in a country park/ local trail has remained consistently higher than for other activities.

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Voluntary Sector 

The first results from the Covid-19 Voluntary Sector Impact Barometer reveal the 'devastating' impact of COVID-19 for charities. They reveal that 2 in 5 (39%) charities and community groups are now reporting a deteriorating financial situation.

The next set of findings will be shared in the week of 23 November.


New Project Funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund

The National Lottery Heritage Fund [Alliance member] has announced that from this month it will begin a phased reopening of project funding through its National Lottery Grants for Heritage.

From 25 November 2020, the Fund will resume accepting applications for project grants from £3,000-£10,000 and £10,000-£100,000 and from 8 February 2021 it will resume accepting applications from £100,000-£250,000 and £250,000-£5m.

Digital Collaboration Fund

The British Council is offering grants of up to £50k to organisations in the UK and selected countries overseas to collaborate digitally on international projects through its Digital Collaboration Fund. The deadline for applications is 18 Nov 2020.

Awards for Civic Arts Organisations

The Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in the UK has partnered with King’s College London to offer an award to celebrate the civic role of arts organisations. The Award for Civic Arts Organisations is comprised of three awards: one of £100,000 and two of £25,000.

Tackling Inequalities Hallmarks Grants

The AIM [Alliance Member] Hallmarks of Prospering Museums identify and promote the typical characteristics of successful heritage organisations. This year, Hallmark grants of up to £10,000 are available to support AIM members to address its new Tackling Inequality Hallmark.

The AIM Biffa Award History Makers Scheme is also open for Expressions of Interest. The Scheme gives grants of up to £75,000 to museums, galleries and cultural facilities so that they can tell the stories of some of our lesser known historical figures.

CCT Travel Grant Award Scheme

The CCT [Alliance member] travel grant award scheme is for young craftspeople with an interest in religious built heritage, wanting to travel to increase their expertise and knowledge. Up to two awards of between £500 and £1000 will be granted to young craftspeople showing the most innovative and enthusiastic approach to learning heritage skills. Due to COVID restrictions, in 2021 the award can be used to support virtual learning where travel cannot be undertaken.

Other Government News


Planning groups including CPRE [Alliance member] have criticised the Government's proposal to use a mathematical formula to determine where to build 300,000 new homes a year.

Yesterday, the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) published the report from its Inquiry into the distribution of the £3.6bn Towns Fund by MHCLG. In it, the Committee has expressed concern over the rationale for the towns selected to receive the Fund.

The Heritage Alliance team is writing a letter and set of papers to send to Robert Jenrick, Secretary of State for MHCLG, to demonstrate the collective needs of the independent heritage sector around planning. To feed into our work on issues such as planning, business rates, Brexit, immigration, funding and investment, contact Delphine about becoming a member and joining The Heritage Alliance's advocacy groups.

There was welcome news this week that the Government has removed permitted development rights for the demolition of theatres, concert halls and live music performance venues in order to avoid these venues being demolished before they can recover.


The government has announced a £134 million investment to help businesses across the UK build back greener.

On 5 November, Natural England announced the formation of The Nature Recovery Network (NRN) Delivery Partnership, which will deliver an England-wide initiative to support nature across the country.

Heritage and the Natural Environment as Sources of Pride

Findings from the report 'Britain's Choice: Common Ground and Division in 2020s Britain' from More in Common show that the natural environment and heritage are regularly seen by people in Britain as sources of pride, along with the country's tradition of volunteering. The findings also show that the countryside and nature are seen as unifying forces.

Plunkett Foundation: key reports into community pubs and shops

The Plunkett Foundation has released its ‘Better form of Business Reports’ for 2020 on Community Pubs and Community Shops. The reports suggest the resilience of community pubs and shops and indicate that historic pubs have been saved by becoming community owned, while other community buildings have been saved by hosting community shops.

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Theatres Trust Supports Theatres with Share of £81k

The Theatres Trust has helped 20 theatres get on the road to reopening with grants totalling over £81k, awarded through its Theatre Reopening Fund. The Fund was established earlier this year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic to support theatres with the additional costs associated with reopening after a prolonged period of closure, and to meet current COVID-safe requirements.

Ecclesiastical Support for Heritage Craft Skills

For the past 10 years, Ecclesiastical Insurance [Alliance sponsor] has provided sponsorship and grant funding to the Cathedrals' Workshop Fellowship (CWF), which provides university level education and training in traditional heritage craft skills in collaboration with nine Anglican cathedrals in the UK.

This year, the specialist insurer's £12,500 donation will support CWF staff to adapt and deliver learning modules online and to support the delivery of online learning sessions.

Learning and Engagement Manifesto for Museums

A new Manifesto for museum learning and engagement has been created by the Museums Association, GEM (Group for Education in Museums) [Alliance member] and Engage, with support from the Art Fund. The Manifesto reflects on the events of 2020 and how museums can work to lead positive change into the future.

SAVE to Reveal Further Buildings at Risk

SAVE Britain's Heritage [Alliance member] will be revealing the new entrants for 2021 that will be added to its online Buildings at Risk Register on 18th November 2020. The register highlights the threats to neglected historic buildings all over the country.

The new entrants will be announced at a live online event on Wednesday 18 November 2020 at 11.00-11.40.

New Free Development Programme for Heritage Organisations

Heritage Compass, a new free programme for heritage organisations, has been created to help 150 small and medium-sized heritage organisations from across England to grow and sustain their businesses.

It will offer free tailored training, mentoring, peer learning and strategy development, as well as the opportunity to move forward as part of a dynamic new cohort of Heritage Organisations. This programme is supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund [Alliance member].

Launch of New Charity: Habitats & Heritage

A new charity has launched with a mission to protect local nature, wildlife and heritage. Habitats & Heritage has been formed through the merging of Environment Trust and South West London The Environment Network [Alliance member]. The charity is promoting volunteering opportunities, events and resources that will enable all ages to explore, enjoy and preserve nature and heritage.

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Open Consultations 

Consultations and Surveys which are currently open include:

COVID-19 Committee - Call for Evidence on the Impact of Increasing Digital Reliance on our Wellbeing

The House of Lords COVID-19 Committee has launched a new inquiry seeking evidence on how our increasing digital reliance, accelerated by the pandemic, impacts on our wellbeing.

The closing date for written submissions is 11th December.

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Upcoming Events in Heritage


The Gardens Trust: Historic Landscapes Assembly

The Gardens Trust is holding its Landscapes Assembly online on November 16th. The Assembly is an opportunity for networking and debate, with speakers from Historic England, Natural England and Historic Houses.

Book your ticket here.

World Monuments Fund Britain - The House of Byron: Newstead’s Dysfunctional Dynasty

This year’s Paul Mellon Lecture 'The House of Byron: Newstead’s Dysfunctional Dynasty' will explore Bryon's relationship with his ancestral home, Newstead Abbey.

This free event will take place at 6pm, Wednesday 18th November.

More information is available here.

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Become a Trustee for The Heritage Alliance

The Heritage Alliance is the largest coalition of independent heritage organisations in the UK, with over 150 members. We are a charity. We embrace some very large organisations and many smaller ones; the unifying factor between them is a love of our diverse built, natural and created heritage  Like so many others, our sector has faced real challenges in recent months but the Alliance has continued to grow. We are uniquely well placed to share ideas and information between our members and with Government and other funding organisations and policy-makers. We are passionate about promoting the importance of heritage to prosperity, wellbeing, our environment and social resilience. We believe that heritage informs and inspires the present and the future and that it is central to creative enterprise.

We promote new thinking and conversations. We have active programmes aimed at building capacity and capability amongst our members and the wider sector. We promote partnerships, host events and debates and offer practical support and information.

We are currently looking for new Trustees to join our dynamic organisation in February 2021. More information about our activities, our current policy priorities, and our team can be found here.

The Alliance is seeking to diversify the composition of the board in order better to reflect the varied geographical, cultural and age characteristics of the UK. We will also encourage candidates with experience in fundraising, income generation, membership development, change management and IT.

If you are interested in having a conversation about the role, please contact the Deputy Chair Ingrid Samuel on and apply with a CV and covering letter by 1 December 2020.

For more information, and a full role description, please see our website here.

Bedern Hall - Audience Development Officer

Bedern Hall is looking for a talented individual with the enthusiasm, skills and expertise and a track record of driving through change, to lead their Interpretation, Educational and PR Strategy. In this key role the successful applicant will be developing new and existing audiences in order to increase access to, and engagement with, the Hall and its programmes inc. exhibitions, educational programmes and role as a venue in central York.

Bedern Hall is looking for an exceptional, qualified candidate with previous experience of working within the heritage, museums and galleries sector to guide the Hall in its evolution from event venue to heritage attraction.

Email for further details.

Location: York
Salary: £7000
Hours and contract: Part Time 25 hours per week, initial 6 month contract
Closing date: 7th December 2020

Digital Engagement Officer - The Lloyd’s Register Foundation, Heritage & Education Centre

The Digital Engagement Officer role will focus on expanding the overall viewership of the Heritage & Education Centre’s digital resources, including the Ship Plan and Survey Report Collection, Lloyd’s Register of Ships collection and other areas of Lloyd’s Register’s corporate archive. Furthermore, the position will be tasked with enhancing the engagement of these resources online, through online exhibitions, podcasts, blogs and webinars.

The successful applicant will be required to have a History degree or equivalent qualification and will need to be astute in digital development and access. Experience in using Wikimedia, ArchivesHub, social media networks, collection management systems would prove beneficial to the position. The role will be a fixed term contract for one year and will be based both remotely (during COVID) and at 71 Fenchurch Street, London (post-COVID).

To apply for the role, please visit the Lloyd’s Register Careers site. If you have any questions about the role, please email To find out more about HEC, visit

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The voice of the independent heritage movement, Heritage Update is a free e-bulletin produced on a fortnightly basis by The Heritage Alliance and distributed directly to subscribers’ inboxes and published online. Click here to subscribe.

Heritage Update now reaches some 14,000 inboxes and is Tweeted to over 21k Twitter followers as well as shared on our Facebook and LinkedIn pages.

Advertising vacancies in Update is free to Alliance members and costs £165 per ad per issue to non-members. We also welcome image-based advertising on our side-bar for academic courses, projects and services of interest to the sector. More information about advertising can be found on our website.

Schedule of forthcoming issues: The next edition of Update will go out on 26 November 2020. The copy deadline for the next issue is Friday 20 November 2020.

If you wish to use or quote from items in Heritage Update, you should always check the accuracy and current position with the source. The Heritage Alliance cannot guarantee the accuracy of (or accept any responsibility for) the contents of Update.

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As we work to improve Heritage Update as an important resource for the sector, we are currently developing sponsorship packages for the new and improved Heritage Update.

Sponsors of Heritage Update receive a package of benefits including having their name and logo displayed on our website, having their logo displayed at the top of each issue of Heritage Update, and receiving recognition for their contribution to the sector in our communications about the newsletter.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of Heritage Update, please email

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Heritage Alliance Contacts 

Chief Executive
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Head of Policy & Communications
Hannah Shimko 0207 233 0700

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Advocacy and Communications Officer [Mon, Thurs & Fri]
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Development & Membership Manager
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