Projects, case studies and articles

Audio - Historic Building - Interpretive Writing - Panels - Projects - Script Writing

Newcastle Cathedral

inHeritage was contracted by The Creative CORE to write exhibition panels, character-led audio scripts, character cards and longer character-focused texts for a touchscreen interactive database for Newcastle Cathedral.

Content Creation - Exhibition - Industrial Heritage - Interpretive Writing - Projects - Script Writing

Severn Valley Railway, Worcestershire

inHeritage wrote character-led interpretation at the railway’s Engine House and a restored brake van as part of their Falling Sands Viaduct project.

Audio Production - Community Engagement - Content Creation - Industrial Heritage - Interpretive Planning - Interpretive Writing - Natural Heritage - Panels - Projects - Schools - Script Writing

National Tramway Museum, Derbyshire

We were commissioned by the National Tramway Museum to develop and implement a suite of interpretation for the Woodland Walk, Wakebridge Lead Mining Collection and a cabmen’’s shelter at their Crich Tramway Village.

Content Creation - Industrial Heritage - Interpretive Planning - Interpretive Writing - Landscape - Panels - Projects - Trails

Coniston Coppermines, Cumbria

We led on the interpretive planning and content creation, as well as inputting into the design process, to create a series of panels and trails to interpret the historic copper-mining landscape.


Coniston Copper Complete

inHeritage were the interpretive writers on the Heritage Lottery Fund supported Coniston Copper project.


Coniston Copper Poetry Slate

I’ve just seen a very exciting photo of one of the interpretive poems I’ve written for the Coniston Copper project.


Streets of Walkley

Bill’s ongoing project management and interpretation work with Walkley Historians is continuing apace.


Treak Cliff Cavern

We are delving into the second phase of interpretation implementation at the Treak Cliff Cavern Visitor Centre, Castleton.


Coniston Copper

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.


Crich Tramway Village

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!