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 …
The beginning of November saw Georgia with poet Matt Black in Athersley, Barnsley, for 3 schools workshops. Our sessions were the culmination of a 4-part series of visits in each school. To introduce archaeology, dig testpits, discuss the analysed finds and what they might reveal about each school site’s past, and finally to engage the …
Grant writing, report writing, historical comic and graphic novel, community talks, interactive website and photography. English Heritage commended our graphic novel Ancestors of the Don Gorge as an example of best practice in innovative heritage interpretation.
Grant writing, mentoring and interpretation for historical societies in Derbyshire.
inHeritage helped the Hunter Archaeological Society celebrate its centenary with a range of community archaeology, history and interpretation events.
Diverse and engaging heritage interpretation,
bringing heritage, nature, cultural and science stories to life