Analysis: Tapping into crowdfunding

Crowdfunding is supporting projects to conserve heritage assets, revive green spaces and regenerate amenities, but it can't replace core running costs, Josephine Smit finds.

by Josephine Smit
English Heritage used crowdfunding for the first time to support conservation work on the famous Iron Bridge
English Heritage used crowdfunding for the first time to support conservation work on the famous Iron Bridge

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