The newest recipients of Heritage Compass Networks Funding!
Manchester Histories is delighted to receive funding from Heritage Compass on behalf of the HiDDEN network.
The Heritage Compass programme works to support the heritage sector in developing essential skills in business planning, audience development, leadership and change management, with the aim of creating a better connected, informed and resilient heritage landscape across England.
Manchester Histories applied for Networks Funding on behalf of the HiDDEN Network.
The funding will be used to accommodate Network growth and review the governance, values, key aims and objectives of HiDDEN. Network members will gather and work alongside a consultant to co-create an updated, values-driven governance guide to support growth over the next five years.
The work will build mutual understanding between members and volunteers so the entire Network can foster a better understanding of its guiding principles.
Heritage Compass is being funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and is delivered by Cause4 in partnership with the Arts Marketing Association and Creative United.