Submission of completed projects now open
Submission of completed projects is now open. Submit your completed project via this website by noon on Monday, 10th August to ensure it is listed in time for National Heritage Week.
We are now accepting completed projects for National Heritage Week 2020. We look forward to seeing all the wonderful heritage projects from around the country, and are excited about sharing them on the National Heritage Week website.
Completed project must be submitted through the National Heritage Week website. You can do so by logging in to the Project Organisers’ Portal, scrolling to your submitted project idea and clicking the ‘Submit completed project’ link below it. If you haven’t previously submitted a project idea, you can still submit a completed project – just click ‘Submit completed project’ and then submit your completed heritage project.
When filling in the form, you will need to provide the following information:
- A project title and the project organiser’s details. These will be pre-populated based on the information you provided when submitting your idea, but you can update the information as needed.
- The project details, including a description of your project (max. 250 words). This is your opportunity to tell us all about your project, for example what aspect of heritage you have explored and why, how you went about it, and what you and your project partners have learned and shared with others as part of your project.
- An image from your project. The image can be uploaded directly through the form and will act as the header of your project on the website.
- Details of how you have met the Heritage Week project criteria. If you would like your project to be considered for a National Heritage Week award, let us know how you have engaged your community and different age groups, how you are growing awareness of your project, and what resources you have consulted as part of it.
- Your project documentation. Whether you have created a video, a project website or blog, a slideshow presentation, audio recording, newsletter, report, or a social media account, you will need to share your project documentation with us through the project submission form. Please note that it is not possible to upload any files directly to the website, so you will need to share your files via a platform such as YouTube (video), Google Drive (slideshows and PDFs) or SoundCloud (audio), and include an online link to the file in the submission form. We have created step-by-step instructions to guide you through this process, and you can find them here.
When filling in your completed project submission form, you have the option to ‘save progress’ and return to the form later to complete it and submit it for approval. Once you are happy with the details you have provided, you can click ‘submit for approval’, and we will review your project as soon as possible. Once approved, your project will be listed on the Heritage Week website.
To ensure that your project is listed on our website during National Heritage Week (15th – 23rd August), please complete and submit the completed project form by Tuesday, 4th August. We will continue to accept project submissions after that date, however, we cannot guarantee that projects submitted after 4th August will be included on the National Heritage Week website by 15th August.
If you have any questions about submitting your completed project, you can contact us on email@example.com.