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The Heritage Alliance unites over 100 independent heritage organisations in England as a powerful, effective and independent advocate for heritage.

As England’s biggest coalition of heritage interests we bring together independent heritage organisations from the National Trust, English Heritage, Canal & River Trust and Historic Houses Association, to more specialist bodies representing visitors, owners, volunteers, professional practitioners, funders and educationalists. Our members’ 6.3 million volunteers, trustees, members and staff demonstrate the strength and commitment of the independent heritage movement. Join us today.

Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Heroes Awards 2017!

Nominate a heritage volunteer before 30/9/17

England’s heritage sector couldn’t function without its volunteers. In 2015 8% of people volunteered their time in the heritage, museum or library sectors – roughly 4.2 million people. Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Heroes Award is the Heritage Alliance’s celebration of the amazing achievements of volunteers. Find out more.


Heritage Debate: Is heritage good for your health?
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Reduced early booking rates until 22/9/17

Please join us for an evening of lively debate followed by drinks and a buffet reception in the Waldorf’s beautiful Palm Court.

What claims can realistically be made for the health benefits of heritage, and where does heritage best intersect with the public health needs of the nation? Find out more and book.

The Heritage Manifesto 2017

Read the Heritage Manifesto 2017

The Heritage Manifesto 2017 sets out four simple asks for the UK Government.

We urge members to use the manifesto as a base for their own advocacy work.


Historic Religious Building Alliance
our manifestos

We bring together those working for a secure future for historic religious buildings

The Historic Religious Buildings Alliance brings together those working for a secure future for historic religious buildings. It is an independently-funded group within the The Alliance. Sign-up for the free monthly e-newsletter from the HRBA team.

News

  • Early bird rate for our 2017 Heritage Debate: Is heritage good for your health?

    Please join us on 2nd October 2017 for an evening of lively debate followed by drinks and a buffet reception in the Waldorf’s beautiful Palm Court.

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  • Nominations for Ecclesiastical’s Heritage Heroes Awards 2017 now open

    England’s heritage sector simply couldn’t function without the hard work and dedication of its volunteers.

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  • Response to proposed changes to DCMS Statistical Publications

    The Heritage Alliance has responded to DCMS’ consultation on proposed changes to DCMS Statistical Publications

    The response suggests ways which the statistics produced by DCMS can better reflect the work of the Heritage Sector.

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  • Response to OTS review of VAT

    The Heritage Alliance has responded to the office of tax simplification (OTS)’s review of VAT.

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Tweets

Tweets from The Heritage Alliance

Tweets from our members

Managed by The Heritage Alliance, the Directory is a free, easy to use guide to potential sources of support, financial and otherwise, for anyone seeking to undertake projects related to the heritage of the United Kingdom.

As well as detailing sources of grants from trusts and foundations, the Directory also lists organisations offering loan finance, awards, scholarships and other “in kind” resources