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NDACA are pleased to announce the success of their Round 2 bid to Heritage Lottery Fund.

painting of the actor / activist Nabil Shaban

Portrait of Nabil Shaban by Tanya Raabe

NDACA are pleased to announce the success of their Round 2 bid to Heritage Lottery Fund. With the total funding of nearly £1M, including support from Arts Council England and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Colin Hambrook interviews NDACA Project Director David Hevey about the hopes and ambitions for the NDACA Project, in its exciting next phase of building the dream in 2015-2018

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sculpture of the map of Great Britain made out of parts of a manual wheelchair

Great Britain From A Wheelchair by Tony Heaton

NDACA are pleased to announce the success of their Round 2 bid to Heritage Lottery Fund. With the total funding of nearly £1M, including support from Arts Council England and the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. Colin Hambrook interviews NDACA Project Director David Hevey about the hopes and ambitions for the NDACA Project, in its exciting next phase of building the dream in 2015-2018

Comments

27 June 2015

Richard Jeffery

Hi David

Excellent news! Did you get the copies you needed of the photos I shot of Holton Lee archive, or do you still need hi res copies?

Cheers

Richard

27 June 2015

Richard Jeffery

Hi David

Excellent news! Did you get the copies you needed of the photos I shot of Holton Lee archive, or do you still need hi res copies?

Cheers

Richard

26 June 2015

Stephen Bray

This looks like it will be a fascinating programme of work - a really interesting development. How will it link with what's happening to disabled people now, though?

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