AHI Committee

I spent today at the spring committee meeting of the Association for Heritage Interpretation. I was voted on to the committee, and as a trustee of the Association, in September, and this was my first committee meeting. It was a packed meeting, both the agenda and the size of the room for the number of members. We discussed and agreed lots of activities and decisions to help move the Association forward during the harsh economic times of the present. Continue reading “AHI Committee”

Lune Aqueduct and Lancaster Canal

We had an inception meeting today with staff from British Waterways to begin a year-long project called ‘Digital Memories of the Lune Aqueduct’. This project, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, aims to discover, record and communicate people’s experiences and stories of the aqueduct and canal. We will train volunteers to undertake oral history work, along with local history research, heritage interpretation and podcast production. Continue reading “Lune Aqueduct and Lancaster Canal”