The Rose Revealed Project wins Heritage Lottery Fund Development Grant
In late 2012 the Rose Revealed Project was awarded a development grant of £248,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to work up its plans to preserve the archaeological site of the Elizabethan theatre on London’s Bankside and to create a visitor and performance centre.
Work on the first phase of the Rose Revealed project is now underway. Kim Stabler has recently been appointed the Project Manager for this, the Development Phase of the project. Kim is a respected archaeologist, with many years’ experience in London. She most recently worked at English Heritage’s Greater London Archaeological Advisory Service. Read MoreMAKE A DONATION
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