Communicating our Heritage

Wed, 2016-11-23 16:37
A new Interpretation Strategy for Morecambe Bay

Morecambe Bay Partnership is pleased to share the Bay's new Interpretation Strategy, funded by Headlands to Headspace, Morecambe Bay Partnership’s Heritage Lottery Landscape Partnership Scheme.

Interpretation can help people to learn about and understand heritage. It can help to provide an enjoyable, memorable experience at heritage sites, and engage a wider range of people. Interpretation interrupts people on their journey. It encourages discovery. It encourages people to stop, look, listen and remember.  

We would welcome conversations about the strategy and hope it will be a useful tool to many organisations around Morecambe Bay. Click here to learn more and view the full document

Image by Diane Jarvis

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