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Project management & Planning


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Project management & Planning

With 15 years experience we help organisations to develop ideas, engage audiences and secure funding. We find solutions that are creative and practical. Our plans reflect the significance of a place and the opportunities they offer for visitor enjoyment.

We set high standards of project management, integrity of research, local consultation, thematic development and preparation of reports. We work to time and to budget.

Driving our work is a strong understanding and awareness of why and how interpretation and learning can contribute to the management of sites and to the experience of those who visit them. We aim to widen visitor’s horizons and provide a sense of satisfaction in exchange for their time, money and effort.

We develop strategic plans, activity plans, training plans, interpretative plans, learning plans, feasibility studies and evaluation plans to support Round 1 and 2 HLF bids and applications for other funding awards.

Latest projects

We wrote a digital interpretation plan/feasibility study for Cultybraggan Camp to assist with their Round 2 HLF funding bid. Their application was successful.

We are currently Project Co-ordinators for the ‘New Zealand Rifle Brigade 1917-19’ project on behalf of Cannock Chase AONB and Friends of Cannock Chase.

Contact us to discuss your project.





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