Support is now closed

Rebuilding Heritage’s latest free support programme – aimed at giving Heritage organisations the tools they need to weather the Cost of Living Crisis and its associated challenges – took place from November 2022 to April 2023. It was made possible by the National Heritage Lottery Fund and is now completed.

2022-2023 Consultancy and Training

Rebuilding Heritage is currently closed for 1-2-1 consultancy and group training applications.

This online programme offered the following to all interested heritage organisations, businesses, charities, and freelancers:

• 1-2-1 Bespoke Consultancy on the Following Key Topics:

• Fundraising

• Business Planning, Strategy and Finances

• Communications

• Group Sessions

• Peer-to-Peer Problem Solving (Action Learning Sets)

• Focus Groups

Future support will be made available via our newsletter, Twitter and LinkedIn.

For all enquiries, please contact the Heritage Alliance at

Webinar Recordings

Webinar recordings from the ‘open to all’ programme are now available.

Recordings of the webinars are available on the Resources section of the website.

The webinars cover a range of topics including business planning and governance, communications, hybrid working, and wellbeing and inclusion. The topics were defined through ongoing consultation with organisations and businesses from across the breadth of the heritage sector about their needs. The session content was shaped by requests and questions submitted by attendees in advance.

These webinars are tailored to meet the needs of the heritage sector. They are practical and focused, and provide tips and tools that you can use to change practices within your organisation or businesses.

2020-2021 Consultancy and Training

This phase of the programme is now closed.

Support within this strand was provided through 121 consultancy and small group training sessions. There were 6 rounds of support with opportunities to apply every 2 months. The support on offer changed within each round, with new offers added in response to new needs that were identified through consultation.

This strand of the programme provided short bursts of intensive support, allowing participants to quickly and easily get access to expert advice to help them solve particular challenges. The 121 and small group formats ensured that advice could be tailored to the unique circumstances of individual organisations and businesses. The consultants and trainers worked with participants on tangible outputs; developing plans and strategies that could be directly put into action.


Free Resource Library

Articles, Toolkits, Podcasts & Infographics

We are growing our online library of free, static resources covering the same topics and themes as our live support programme and webinars. Available in various formats, these resources guide you through the ins-and-outs of running a heritage organisation in the current climate.

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