- The Government will give £5 million to a new Centenary Education Programme.
- It will also give £5 million to the Transforming Imperial War Museum project, in addition to the £5 million it has already given.
- The Heritage Lottery Fund has announced an additional £6 million to enable young people working in their communities to conserve, explore and share local heritage of the First World War. This is in addition to the £9 million they have already given to projects marking the centenary.
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