The National Heritage Memorial Fund was established in succession to the National Land Fund as a memorial to those who have died for the United Kingdom1. It is vested in and administered by a body corporate known as the trustees of the National Heritage Memorial Fund2 consisting of a chairman3 and not more than 14 other members appointed by the Prime Minister4. They must include persons with knowledge, experience or interests relevant to the purposes for which the fund may be applied5 and who are connected by residence or otherwise with England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland respectively
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