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WHAT matters to you about Sheffield’s heritage?

With a massive £300 million annual awards budget to allocate from 2013 to 2019, the Heritage Lottery Fund is asking people across the city for their funding priorities for the future.

During the past 16 years, the fund has supported more than 220 projects in Sheffield, investing over £42.5m.

Weston Park has been restored thanks to a £2m grant, the Academy of Makers received a £473,000 grant to help bring former cutlery works back to life and Museums Sheffield exhibition China in Yorkshire attracted more than 11,000 visitors thanks to a £350,000 grant.

Fiona Spiers, head of the Heritage Lottery Fund in Yorkshire, said: “People are at the heart of these projects which is why we are asking for views from local people on what’s important about their local heritage and how money should be spent.”

Log on to www.hlf.org.uk/consultation2011 before April 26.