We’ve been busy installing at Shrewsbury Flax Mill, putting in place five different interactive exhibits, bringing together interpretations of the Mill’s role in the industrial revolution and the pioneers who made it happen.
Great news for our clients at Heritage Quay. They have recently one not one, but two, fantastic awards. The Royal Historical Society has commended Heritage Quay for its “promotion of public history” in the new Public History Prize Awards.
We’re delighted to be part of the team that will be developing the interpretation project that will run alongside the restoration of the Daniel Adamson, the oldest operational steam tug tender built on Merseyside.
Headstone Manor is part of Harrow Museum. Built around 1310, it is the earliest surviving timber framed building in Middlesex. It is surrounded by the only surviving filled moat in the county, dating from the14th century.
Some time ago we installed two time lapse cameras at St Martin’s Church in Bilborough, Nottinghamshire capturing the restoration of their unique murals over three months and the life of the church and its ceremonies over a year.
Earlier this year we installed time lapse photography equipment at Newhaven Fort to capture the activities of a resident artist creating a World War II street scene around the theme of VE Day with help from local school children.