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.
inHeritage wrote character-led interpretation at the railway’s Engine House and a restored brake van as part of their Falling Sands Viaduct project.
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.
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.
inHeritage developed and delivered a comprehensive package of heritage interpretation for the newly created Bedford River Valley Park.
We managed a community history project and produced an audio trail, exhibition, booklet, DVD and podcasts.
Grant writing, mentoring and interpretation for historical societies in Derbyshire.
Diverse and engaging heritage interpretation,
bringing heritage, nature, cultural and science stories to life