Charity’s ‘Geordie heritage’ project receives £70,000 National Lottery funding

A northeast of England based youth charity has been handed a £70,000 National Lottery Heritage Fund grant to help young people explore the local area.

The money has been awarded to Success4All and is targeting under served and ethnically diverse young people in the region to “go on a journey of discover, uncovering the rich heritage” of the River Tyne area.



“We are thrilled to have secured funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to present the important, rich and diverse heritage of the River Tyne,” said Success4All operations manager Busloa Afolabi.

“Thanks to National Lottery players, we are confident the River Tyne project will empower our young people to be active citizens with pride in their Geordie heritage.”

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