Plymouth History Centre wins £15.7 million

JHA are delighted to congratulate Plymouth History Centre for their £15.7m award from the NLHF. The award was the largest in the country and represents a leap forward in fundraising for the important project.

The project will transform the city’s existing museum and art gallery into a new, unique visitor attraction. Plymouth has a rich and colourful history featuring pirates, pioneers and military might. Peppered with fascinating stories and larger than life characters, much of Plymouth’s great history has national significance well beyond the city’s boundary.  The History Centre will shine a light on the city’s stories and make them available to the people and visitors of Plymouth in a way that has never been seen before.

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Julia Holberry is a fully qualified curator and Prince2 Project Manager and is accustomed to managing complex programmes with many interlocking strands of work. As a consultant she specialises in Heritage Lottery Fund bid documents and, since 2003, she has project managed 28 HLF bids and Activity Plans for heritage organisations, tourist attractions and museums, helping clients to secure nearly £109 million from external funders. In the past year she has worked on six successful HLF bids, helping to secure £55.7 million for clients.