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, […]
How do the British Council approach evaluation? Ian Thomas, Head of Evaluation of the Arts demonstrates their work and offers an international perspective.
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.
Jamie Buttrick, Consilium Research & Consultancy, is working on the evaluation of the BRICK programme. Here he shows us his approach and methodology and looks at what has been found through the evaluation process so far.
Banking Director of Charity Bank, Carolyn Sims, outlines what Charity Bank look for in good evaluation and how to evaluate whether your organisation should consider loan finance.
Ruth Gripper, Senior Consultant of New Philanthropy Capital discusses how to measure impact, why we should and the barriers that organisations need to overcome when working on impact evaluation.
Project Evaluation from the perspective of The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) presented by Rachel Barrett, Head of Regeneration.
Matthew McKeague, CEO of the Architectural Heritage Fund discusses evaluation from a funders perspective – what are the AHF looking for in project evaluation?
How can you reuse and regenerate a mill? Tim Heatley, Co-Founder of Capital and Centric, presents the work they are doing in Manchester in the North West.
An introduction to the research, The Greater Manchester Historic Textile Mills Survey 2017, by Norman Redhead, University of Salford.