National Lottery #ThanksToYou


Between 5-7 December we are offering a free Peace Museum badge to National Lottery players as part of Heritage Lottery Fund’s #ThanksToYou campaign.

We would like to say thank you to National Lottery players who have made our current exhibition A Flawed Peace? possible. A Flawed Peace? explores the peace settlement after the First World War marking 100 years since the peace process was completed and the Treaty of Versailles was signed.

A Flawed Peace?  is supported by a National Lottery grant awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund’s First World War then and now programme and made possible by National Lottery players. We are one of the hundreds of participating National Lottery funded visitor attractions across the UK saying ‘thanks’ to people who have raised money for good causes by buying a lottery ticket.

Our exhibition A Flawed Peace?  has received £4900 from the Heritage Lottery Fund.  The money has paid for a fully designed exhibition which informs, educates and engages the local community. It has also funded special workshop sessions for school children as part of a learning and engagement programme as well as a series of events and talks.

Follow updates about our exhibition and events with hashtag #AFlawedPeace

It is really easy to bag your free badge- just bring your lottery tickets to the exhibition between 5-7 December during our exhibition opening times 10am-4pm.

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  • One National Lottery ticket presented means you receive one badge.
  • All National Lottery games qualify for free entry (including both National Lottery draw-based games and National Lottery Scratchcards). Proof of purchase of a National Lottery game can be either a hard copy ticket or a digital ticket.
  • The offer is valid from 5-7 Dec 2018 at The Peace Museum, Bradford.

See below for a collection of images from the project and our full programme of events and our specially designed exhibition poster by local graphic designer Fox Duo.


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