Dr Asimina Vergou & Stephen Grey, Evaluation Managers, HLF run a breakout exercise on evaluating heritage projects and demonstrate how we can create interesting evaluation reports.
The Heritage Lottery Fund is the biggest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK. Evaluation is key to the HLF; ‘Evaluation should be built into your project from the beginning. It has two purposes: proving what has been achieved, and improving as part of on-going project activity.’ HLF Evaluation Guidance, 2017. In this presentation, Ros Kerslake OBE, […]
Dr Kion Ahadi, Head of Evaluation at the Heritage Lottery Fund outlines what the HLF are looking for in evaluation for their funded projects. The HLF have recently assessed over 300 submitted evaluation reports and Ruth Flood of R F Associates discusses these findings and what we can learn.
Matthew McKeague, CEO of the Architectural Heritage Fund discusses evaluation from a funders perspective – what are the AHF looking for in project evaluation?
Charles Smith, Historic England discusses the different funding options from Historic England.
Nathan Lee, HLF Head of Region discuss the different funding options from the HLF.
A summary of the BRICK themes. Laura Norris, Hannah Southgate and Sophie Coyle from PRT give their top five tips on Governance, Visioning, Digital Innovation, Business Planning and Fundraising.
A focus on the Heritage at Risk register in Yorkshire and how it can be used by Giles Proctor, Heritage at Risk Architect, Historic England.
Rita Harkin, NI Support Officer of The Architectural Heritage Fund discusses their new grant programme for heritage projects in Northern Ireland.
Why and how should the heritage sector measure their impact? Mark Webb, Fundraising and Development Manager from the Prince’s Foundation for Building Community, explains.