Partners Progress Meeting #2 The project held its second progress meeting for partners in Chippenham on 7th December 2015, with 13 in attendance and 8 different partner organisations represented. As usual, we had a lively discussion with lots of good ideas and questions and a consultation workshop to map out some of the project’s work […]
Project Schedule Updates from colleagues and partners are now in, and there are a couple of revisions to the project schedule over the next coming months… Map Digitisation We’re a few weeks behind our original schedule, but the digitisation of historic maps is progressing apace: ICAM are packing up and relocating this week from Gloucester […]
Partners Progress Meeting The project held its first progress meeting for partners in Gloucester on 14th September 2015, with 19 in attendance and 14 different partner organisations represented. A lively discussion with lots of good ideas and questions made it a valuable first meeting, so thanks to all who could make it. The next progress […]
Two months into the project and with the summer holiday season now coming to an end, I am pleased to give you an update on the latest progress. Visits With introductions over, our travels round the region are now focused on meeting match-funders, finalising project paperwork, establishing volunteer networks, and attending a busy programme of […]
Firstly, thanks to everyone for the warm welcome you have given myself and my colleague Anne Lovejoy as we have settled into post. Visits Anne and I have now visited colleagues at Gloucestershire Archives, Yate Heritage Centre, Somerset Heritage Centre, Swindon Heritage Centre, the British Library, B&NES HER office, the Bristol Know Your Place team […]
HLF award news Some of you may already have heard the news that the KYP project has been successful in being awarded the Heritage Lottery-funded application to deliver Know Your Place – West of England. This follows the successful stage 1 pilot project led by Project Officer Chris Webb in 2014. The 18-month stage 2 […]
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