HLF support many heritage projects through their grants. They have a specific First World War programme for grants between £3,000 and £10,000.
Find out more about the collections at the City of Westminster Archives and how to access them.
A group of community history websites focused on Westminster.
Find out more about Kensington and Chelsea Local Studies and Archives and how to access them.
Find out more about Hammersmith and Fulham Archives and Local History collections and how to access them.
The National Army Museum have created a special website for their First World war activities across the country.
The Imperial War Museum are the national lead on First World War commemorations.
Westminster Abbey will play a central role in First World War commemorations and are an important partner for the Playing the Game project.
A British Council education project looking at the Christmas Truce in 1914 and the football matches played between the trenches.
An online collection of material from across Europe looking at the First World War from different perspectives.
Fascinating blog telling the story of London during the First World War.
Project dedicated to telling the story of the Christmas Truce using contemporary letters and newspaper articles.
A website all about the soldiers, units, regiments and battles of the British Army of the First World War
A dedicated website for the National Archives activity related to the First World War.
The London Metropolitan Archives have compiled a guide to major First World War sources and are undertaking a project called ‘Emergency! London 1914’.
Blog showing how London County Council responded to the outbreak of the First World War through their Special Emergency Committee. Project ran by the London Metropolitan Archives and supported by HLF.