Category :Community

Posted in : Archaeology, Comic, Community, Schools on by : Georgia Litherland Comments: 0
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What an appropriate name Peeling Back the Layers turned out to be – with so many layers of archaeology and history uncovered at Whitle Farm. One of the great joys of my role as a heritage interpreter is the invitation to visit schools to witness and support young people’s enthusiasm for archaeology and heritage. For..

Posted in : Archaeology, Community, Exhibition, Projects, Schools on by : Bill Comments: 0
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Beneath Barnsley’s housing estates. Community archaeology, schools workshops, community engagement, exhibitions. Project design and management. Grant writing. Technical reports.

Posted in : Comic, Community, Exhibition, Home, Oral History, Projects, Publication, Trails, Training on by : Bill Comments: 0
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We managed a community history project and produced an audio trail, exhibition, booklet, DVD and podcasts.

Posted in : Community, Projects, Training on by : Bill Comments: 0
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Interpretation training for community groups funded by the East Peak Innovation Partnership.

Posted in : Community, Panels, Projects, Schools on by : Bill Comments: 0
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Telling the story of Grenoside’s Reading Room and industrial life in a panel and school art sessions.

Posted in : Archaeology, Audio, Community, Exhibition, Leaflets, Projects, Publication, Trails on by : Bill Comments: 0
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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.

Posted in : Audio, Community, Leaflets, Oral History, Panels, Projects, Trails on by : Bill Comments: 0
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Community led interpretive welcome panels and self-guided trails for Tideswell and district.

Posted in : Community, Exhibition, Home, Oral History, Projects, Publication, Schools, Website on by : Bill Comments: 0
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Bill helped to develop this model of a co-produced, community-led history project in a Sheffield suburb.

Posted in : Community, Panels, Projects on by : Bill Comments: 0
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A single interpretive panel about a village’s unique history.