Category: Evaluation

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Champing

Posted on 16th March 2016 by Chana James

Champing™ was first launched by The Churches Conservation Trust (CCT) in 2014, but it was the…

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Arctic Courser, Hull

Heritage Open Days 2015 in action

Posted on 27th November 2015 by Nicola Graham

Our latest video puts the C in celebration. Produced by Haze Films and filmed in Hull and Kings Lynn, it…

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Explore Britain’s Heritage – new maps bring over 100 datasets to life

Posted on 23rd September 2015 by Jonathan Schifferes

I've been leading the RSA's work over the last six months to answer a deceptively simple question: where in…

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Open Garden Review - Cadland House Experience

Open Garden Review - Cadland House Experience

Posted on 19th November 2014 by Gary Webb

Autumn is a time of year where gardeners traditionally begin to review their plots and focus on improvements that…

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The H factor: visitor feedback 2013

Posted on 6th November 2013 by Nicola Graham

Sifting through your visitor feedback is like munching our way steadily through a tray of chocolates. Each…

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Commitment, chitchat, chuckles: a Heritage Open Days review

Posted on 23rd October 2013 by Gary Webb

When I look back, I remember hovering for quite a while as to whether or not I should volunteer to join the…

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TripAdvisor: Rate or Slate?

Posted on 8th May 2013 by Ruth Webb

TripAdvisor. Love it? Hate it? Read it? Rant about it? Whatever you may feel about it, TripAdvisor is an…

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An ode to cherries: visitor feedback 2012

Posted on 13th November 2012 by Nicola Graham

For the team here, Heritage Open Days is a little like entering an isolation booth before a party. We have…

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Welcome to Open House London: 20 years and many happy returns!

Posted on 20th September 2012 by Jeni Hoskin

It has been 20 years since Open-City was set up as an independent, not-for-profit architecture organisation. The…

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Do we need leaflets?

Posted on 6th December 2011 by Roger Woodley

The world’s moving on. Times change. And in 2011, in my town of Cheltenham at least, and no doubt…

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