Lottery funding to preserve area’s ‘Heritage Heartland’

The rich industrial heritage of East Cleveland is set to be better-protected thanks to a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) cash boost.

Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council has received £62,500 for its “East Cleveland’s Industrial Heartland” – which is being led by its environmental protection team in partnership with local landowners and volunteer groups.

Redcar and Cleveland project wins Heritage Lottery Fund support

The team will discover, catalogue and promote industrial heritage across East Cleveland, specifically at ironstone mining sites currently in serious states of decline such as Kilton, Lingdale, North Skelton, Brotton, Liverton Mines and Skinningrove.

Find out more about this valuable project.

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