Who We Are


We are a small team of friendly, approachable professionals, who love a memorable day out.




Bill BevanBill Bevan MA PhD MAHI is a heritage interpreter, writer, photographer and archaeologist. Bill is passionate about bringing the past and places alive to modern audiences. He enjoys the creative, innovative and social process of enabling people to communicate their messages about heritage to their audiences. He is also a strong advocate for community involvement in heritage.

Bill is a published author and exhibiting photographer. Current books include Walk Into Prehistory and Walk Into the Dark Ages for Frances Lincoln.

Bill is Chair of the Association for Heritage Interpretation. He also chairs the Discover Heritage Awards Sub-group and Judging Panel.


DSC_8093_Bill_Bevan-1024x681Catherine Croney (Senior Associate) is passionate about engaging people of all ages with heritage. With over 20 years experience in the field of interpretation, Catherine has expertise in strategic planning for interpretation, interpretive planning, working with communities and stakeholder engagement. Catherine enjoys managing our projects from liaising with the client on all aspects including budgets of large scale projects. An experienced copywriter, Catherine also helps to develop ideas and content for our clients’ interpretation projects.

Catherine is a site judge for the Association for Heritage Interpretation Discover Heritage Awards.


Georgia Litherland (Senior Associate) came to heritage interpretation from a background in non-fiction publishing, rootling around hillsides, jungles and museums, and decades of cutting out and sticking on. Georgia is an innovative copywriter and leads inHeritage’s interpretation with young people, families and schools. She has worked with young people in settings from UK schools and Family Support Services to the jungles of Guatemala.