Category: Interpretation

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The Heritage Lottery Fund and the Centenary of the First World War

Posted on 19th February 2014 by Anna Jarvis

In May last year, the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) launched a new small grants programme: First World War: then and…

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Cooking up an historical Christmas

Posted on 18th December 2013 by Matthew Ward

"Good bread and good drink, a good fire in the hall, Brawn, pudding, and souse, and good mustard withal. Beef,…

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Lest we forget: recording World War I memorials

Posted on 11th November 2013 by Chana James

2014 sees the centenary of the outbreak of World War I, the ‘war to end all wars’. As part of…

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The People’s Gallery - tale of a pop-up exhibition

Posted on 16th October 2013 by Angus Young

Just over a year ago, I sat in an Old Town pub in Hull and shared an idea that had been brewing for a while. I was…

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Beautiful ruins

Posted on 2nd October 2013 by Colin Howey

I love ancient ruins. For me, they are poignant and enigmatic. They are also often beautiful. Beginning with some…

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Playful heritage

Posted on 22nd August 2013 by Colin Howey

Heritage sites have a huge (often untapped) potential to inspire creativity. In January 2010 I decided to act on…

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Behind the scenes: Paul Martin’s ‘Paper Story’’

Posted on 21st August 2013 by Nicola Graham

We're thrilled to introduce animator Paul Martin and his beautiful video 'Paper Story', the first of…

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Find your voice…

Posted on 20th August 2013 by Chana James

No, it’s not another TV talent show, but a great idea for interpreting churches in a new and exciting way!…

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House hunt for Desmond and the Super Colour Challenge

Posted on 9th August 2013 by Katja Condy

Who doesn’t like a challenge? It focuses your mind and once completed, gives you a sense of achievement.…

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Great Yarmouth: Silver from the Sea

Posted on 6th August 2013 by Colin Howey

You are considering taking a trip to Great Yarmouth? Congratulations. Whether it be seaside resort ‘kiss me…

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