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 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.
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.
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