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National Heritage Memorial Fund


A fund set up in 1980 by the National Heritage Memorial Act as a memorial to those who have died in service for the UK. It is the successor of the National Land Fund, and is administered by the Department of the Environment. The fund is used for the purpose of helping in the acquisition, maintenance, and preservation of land, buildings, and objects of outstanding scenic, historic, architectural, artistic, and scientific interest.

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