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”
Here’s a sneak preview of one of the pencil roughs from the cartoon panels for The Butts exhibition at The Hive. Continue reading “Cartoon Worcester”
Fifteen members of Hope and Castleton Historical Societies, along with other volunteers from the Hope Valley and Sheffield, begin discovering Hope and Castleton’s Medieval past in Lichfield Archives. Continue reading “Hope-Castleton Lichfield Archives Training”
inHeritage have just been contracted to help the Calver Weir Restoration Project record and preserve the memories of people associated with Calver Mill and the weir. Continue reading “Memories of Calver Weir and Mill”
inHeritage will be working with the Hunter Archaeological Society to celebrate their centenary in 2012. Continue reading “Hunter Archaeological Society Centenary”
Today, Bill visited Wortley Top Forge to deliver a training workshop in heritage interpretation to members of South Yorkshire Industrial History Society.
Continue reading “Industrial Heritage Interpretation Training”
Hope and Castleton Historical Societies have been awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund grant to learn about the ordinary medieval people of the two villages in Derbyshire. Continue reading “Hope Castleton Medieval People”