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GAMES 'COULD TAKE HERITAGE CASH'

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Fears are growing that the London 2012 Olympic Games could slash the amount of money heritage projects receive from the National Lottery. Last week the government began consulting on how lottery funding should be allocated to each of the three 'good causes' - arts, sports and heritage. Charity Heritage Link feels the paper comes down in favour of sports projects.

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