Chat with us, powered by LiveChat

Sign in to your account

I forgot my password

Click this link and follow the instructions to reset your password

Back to sign in
Forgot your password ? No problem, provide us with your email address and we will take care of the rest.

Please provide us with your E-mail or Player ID. We will send you a link to you email address which you will use to reset your password. "

welcome - we are glad you are here
Sign up for free now and get the chance to play some of our top Jackpots!

£ 111.73 Million

Wednesday, January 23, 2019

£ 83.11 Million

Tuesday, January 22, 2019


The currency can not be changed later. If you select the wrong currency you will need to close your account with customer service and sign up again!

Select your country

By creating a new account I accept the Terms and Conditions, the privacy policy and confirm that I am over 18 years of age. It is an offence to gamble if under age.

Ely Museum Receives Heritage Lottery Fund Grant for Renovations

Redevelopment plans at Ely Museum in Cambridgeshire, England, have been given a major boost by a £1.6m Heritage Lottery Fund grant.

The museum is renowned for its massive collection of Fenland artefacts. This includes Roman remains and fossils. This Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant will help with the ‘Unlocking the Potential of the Old Gaol’ project.

That’s due to cost £2.2m and a delighted Sara Adderson, the museum’s assistant curator, said: “We’re absolutely delighted, it’s been a lot of hard work but it’s a really good opportunity for the museum.”

Ely Museum is a 700-year old listed building, but the HLF grant will see vital work carried out. will First on the plans is a lift to help people with limited mobility or child buggies.

Exciting Events Planned

The museum has also received support from local people and councils. The Museum’s curator Elie Hughes is overjoyed at the financial help received. She believes the Heritage Lottery Fund grant will see lots of “events, activities and volunteering opportunities and consultation.”

This will mean that while the Ely Museum is closed there will be lots going on. This will include working with schools and organising trips.

New Galleries to be Opened

The funding will see new galleries opened, improved visitor facilities and better storage for their many collections. There will also be an education gallery added and restoration work carried out.

Ros Kerslake, chief executive of HLF, said: “Museums are vital to our understanding of the past, and with the support of the National Lottery, the people of Ely will have a wonderful asset on their doorstep in order to discover the rich heritage of the cathedral city.”

Work on the project is expected to begin later this year with the museum planning to reopen in September 2020.

Help out more local projects by playing with Lottery24