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ACT Heritage Grant success

19 October 2017

Jennifer O'Connell, with Alastair Crombie and Heritage staff Euroka Gilbert and Richard Hekimian [photo: Mary Gleeson]
Jennifer O'Connell, with Alastair Crombie and Heritage staff Euroka Gilbert and Richard Hekimian [photo: Mary Gleeson]

We are delighted to have again been a successful applicant in the ACT Heritage Grants Program. At the Award ceremony on Wednesday 18th October Heritage Minister Mick Gentleman announced that the Centre has been awarded a grant of $7,500 'for safe storage and access to community heritage research archives'. The bulk of the grant is to be allocated to the purchase of storage frames for our growing collection of 'story boards', allowing them to be accessible while compacted into a small space.

The Minister announced eighteen successful applicants, who will share a total of $351,000. Further information about the successful projects, and the Heritage Grants Program more generally can be found here

ACT Heritage Grant Awards ceremony


Honorary Curator Alastair Crombie and Minister Mick Gentleman

Phil and Yvonne Robson, Ken Heffernan

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