Grant writing, report writing, historical comic and graphic novel, community talks, interactive website and photography. English Heritage commended our graphic novel Ancestors of the Don Gorge as an example of best practice in innovative heritage interpretation.
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Beneath Barnsley’s housing estates. Community archaeology, schools workshops, community engagement, exhibitions. Project design and management. Grant writing. Technical reports.
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inHeritage developed and delivered a comprehensive package of heritage interpretation for the newly created Bedford River Valley Park.
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We managed a community history project and produced an audio trail, exhibition, booklet, DVD and podcasts. Continue reading “Calver Weir & Mill History”
Exhibitions and self-guided trails of the garden, parkland, pump room and church at Canons Ashby.
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Interpretation training for community groups funded by the East Peak Innovation Partnership.
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Telling the story of Grenoside’s Reading Room and industrial life in a panel and school art sessions.
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Reimagining the working life of the Stableyard was part of a major redevelopment project. Continue reading “Hardwick Hall Stableyard”
Grant writing, mentoring and interpretation for historical societies in Derbyshire.
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inHeritage helped the Hunter Archaeological Society celebrate its centenary with a range of community archaeology, history and interpretation events.
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