We worked with Crich Tramway Village on the interpretation of their cabman’s shelter.
Bill visited Sheffield city centre recently for the first time in a while and this is what he found there.
Development heritage interpretation sign installed at Bartholomew’s Way, Melton Mowbray.
Bill worked with St Mary’s Church to produce a set of new interpretation to welcome visitors and tell them about the church’s history.
We are delighted to announce that inHeritage have been appointed to the role of Public Engagement Coordinator for the Derbyshire Historic Building Trust’s Wingfield Station Project.
The immersive interpretation of a Victorian cabman’s shelter is now open to the public.
Bill is overseeing oral history and photo cataloguing for a project about the Aquarius Club, Chesterfield.
Three ordinary children visit Ancient Egypt in a thrilling time travel adventure.
We were the interpretive planners for an exhibition about magic in children’s books for Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, Newcastle.
We have written the content for nine interpretation panels, seven trail panels and a trail booklet to the dams and reservoirs of the Upper Derwent Valley.
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