The powers of the trustees of the National Heritage Memorial Fund1 to give financial assistance2 are exercisable in the case of things of any kind which are of scenic, historic, archaeological, aesthetic, architectural, engineering, artistic or scientific interest, including animals and plants which are of zoological or botanical interest3. The trustees may, for the purpose of:
(1) securing the preservation or enhancement of such things4;
(2) encouraging the study and understanding of them and the compilation and dissemination of information about them5;
(3) securing or improving access to them, or their display6;
(4) encouraging enjoyment of them7; or
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