Philippa Carter

Senior Consultant

Philippa is Tricolor’s quality control advisor, having worked both as a Casework Manager and a Grants Officer for the National Lottery Heritage Fund in different regions so brings a wealth of valuable experience to our team. As a consultant, Philippa is an experienced activity planner and has also co-ordinated regeneration projects and helped community bodies complete their own funding applications. Philippa supports activity planning, education and engagement development as projects develop and also acts as Tricolor’s internal quality assurance with her funder credentials used to check and challenge the draft plans. 

She has supported a diverse range of heritage projects through development and delivery, working with organisations across the sector, including natural heritage, churches, historic buildings, museums and community projects. With an MA in Heritage Education and Interpretation, she specialises in ensuring that Tricolor’s plans reflect the needs of target audiences and the highest expectations of funders. 

Philippa is undertaking her PhD currently.

My heritage

  • 2014

  • 30/04/2014

    Philippa joins Tricolor


  • 20/10/2014

    Hylton Castle Business & Activity Plan begins


  • 2015

  • 30/06/2015

    The Canterbury Journey Activity Plan begins


  • 2016

  • 24/10/2016

    Hull: Yorkshire's Maritime City begins


The future is bright

Latest Tweets

We don’t get to share enough chalk figure tweets! Cerne Abbas Giant: Snails show chalk hill figure 'not prehisto… https://t.co/L52tM9mgiS

08 July 2020

Public feedback will be eagerly awaited. ‘Very different' reopening of National Gallery #coronavirusuk https://t.co/krGaFAZWtb

06 July 2020

One national icon chosen to salute another. #NHS 72nd anniversary marked with #Spitfire flypast https://t.co/NUewTxryA7

06 July 2020

We at Team Tricolor love a good model village! Coronavirus: 'People couldn't wait for our model village to reopen' https://t.co/I4VWmGkuEr

06 July 2020

Coronavirus: Arts venues welcome £1.57bn government support - tell us what you think? How will the funding be split… https://t.co/fX2tu4mnGd

05 July 2020