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Derbyshire Hidden Gems


Posted on September 10th, by admin in Audio Trails, Case Study. Comments Off on Derbyshire Hidden Gems

Derbyshire Hidden Gems

Protestors who changed the national landscape, wartime tragedies and icons of the industrial age – these are just some of the stories revealing our cultural heritage as part of the Hidden Gems project. In total we produced 18 audio guides in our own corner of Derbyshire, on behalf of North East Derbyshire District Council.

“We have been very impressed with the way our audio trails ‘Hidden Gems’ project has been delivered – on time and on budget – by Dan Boys at Audio Trails.
This has been an extremely complex project involving production of more than a dozen audio trails. This has meant involved Dan liaising with multiple partner organisations and members of the public to develop trail scripts, maps and interesting audio content.
The result has been an excellent series of fascinating trails that explain the history, heritage, flora and fauna of our towns, villages and countryside. The feedback from residents and visitors has been excellent and the trails now form an important part of our digital tourism promotion.”

Chris Taylor, Communications and Marketing Manager, North East Derbyshire District Council

www.hidden-gems.org.uk





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