How do we get visitors to engage with our collections? How do we ensure our collections are relevant to the modern audiences? Could local communities and other visitors become more involved in how we manage our collections?
Bright Water Landscape Partnership, the Industrial Heritage Network North East member, are looking for a provider to come and work with them to deliver two village Atlas’s as part of the Discover Brightwater Landscape Partnership. The partnership is working along the river Skerne in South West Country Durham and Darlington.
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Science Museum Group Research Conference 2019: The Place of Industry
The 2019 Science Museum Group Research Conference will take place 4-5 November 2019, at the Science and Industry Museum in Manchester. There, on an internationally significant industrial heritage site, in the world’s first industrial city, we will emphasise the place of industry.
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A triumph of Victorian innovation, a masterpiece of engineering and a cathedral of ironwork – the Crossness Pumping Station, opened by the Prince of Wales in 1865, hosted the inaugural meeting of the Industrial Heritage Network London (IHNL) last Friday. What a phenomenal location for the launch of the new network!
Historic England is looking for a new Marketing Officer. In this role, you will be supporting the Public Engagement and Promotions Manager to carry out marketing and communications tasks for the high profile Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings restoration project, which is funded in large part by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.