What is the National Lottery?
The National Lottery – and with it National Lottery funding for good causes like heritage, arts, sport and charities – was established in 1994. Every ticket sold contributes funds to good causes across the UK.
National Lottery funding through The National Lottery Heritage Fund is one of Northumberland Wildlife Trust's most important sources of income and has helped us to achieve amazing things for people and wildlife.
About The National Lottery Heritage Fund
The National Lottery Heritage Fund is the largest dedicated funder of heritage in the UK.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund has invested a total of £7.1bn in 40,000 heritage projects. Northumberland Wildlife Trust projects supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund have already benefited thousands of people from all walks of life – helping them to experience the joy of wildlife in their daily lives.
The results are in for East Chevington
Northumberland Wildlife Trust’s Catch My Drift project at East Chevington is delighted with its success during 2019 with 2020 shaping up…
Wildlife charity set to thank National Lottery players
This November, Northumberland Wildlife Trust will be celebrating the 25th birthday of The National Lottery.
Ratty seeks advice from young experts
Pupils at Kielder First School are no strangers to water voles, having been involved in the ‘Restoring Ratty’ water vole reintroduction…