The historic dockyard in Chatham's received a grant of £4.5m from the lottery fund. It's to support their £8.75m Command of the Ocean's project to create world class galleries and visitor facilities at the tourist attraction.
Command of the Oceans is arguably the most significant single project undertaken by the Trust in pursuit of its own educational charitable purposes since the "Wooden Walls" gallery opened in the late 1980s. The news that the wonderful Heritage Lottery Fund has again supported us, alongside a number of long standing funding partners* - including the Homes and Communities Agency - is testament to the ever increasing significance of our work here, the significance of the place and the outstanding creativity of our team."
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