When it was forced to close by COVID-19, on 17 March, there was huge uncertainty whether Creswell Crags would be able to reopen again.
Run by an independent registered charity, Creswell Heritage Trust, the closure meant a loss of all income. Now, in the most significant of a series of emergency financial support measures, the National Lottery Heritage Fund has given the site a lifeline, in the shape of a £250,000 grant. It is one of only three sites in the UK to receive the maximum pay out from the fund.
To read more visit Creswell Crags website.