I’ve just seen a very exciting photo of one of the interpretive poems I’ve written for the Coniston Copper project.
Bill’s ongoing project management and interpretation work with Walkley Historians is continuing apace.
We are delving into the second phase of interpretation implementation at the Treak Cliff Cavern Visitor Centre, Castleton.
We like to think we’re a mine of information, so we’re enjoying a new project in the Lake District to interpret Coniston’s dramatic Copper-mines Valley.
We like trams at inHeritage. So we’re excited to be on board at Crich Tramway Museum and National Tramway Collection to drive the creation of their interpretation strategy. We hope to keep their interpretation moving on the right tracks!
inHeritage are delighted to be working for the Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Team and DerwentWISE to help progress interpretation across the whole of the site.
The town-wide interpretation strategy for Wirksworth has been finished and delivered.
We’re delighted to announce we’re starting an interpretation project with Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site.
We’re doing a quick bit of formative evaluation on a comic and animation we are developing for Treak Cliff Cavern, Castleton.
Bill is working with All Saints Church, Ilkley on community engagement, interpretive planning and heritage advice as part of the church’s Heritage Lottery Fund application.