Lottery money set aside to restore historic buildings

The Heritage Lottery Fund announced last week that £17 million of lottery money has been set aside to restore historic buildings in some of the UK's most deprived areas. The 20 towns selected have markets, mills and ports that are in desperate need of repair. Beneficiaries include the Victorian mills in Glossopdale, East Midlands and a 1930s ferry terminal in Stornaway.

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