NLHF Activity Plans

I frequently work with Julia Holberry Associates and learning consultant, Alison Porter, to write Activity Plans to support National Lottery Heritage Fund applications. My expertise is in user and non-user consultation, identifying barriers which might stop people from engaging with their heritage, and then developing appealing and practical actions to address this. We often work with other consultants, such as architects, interpretation designers and access consultants to do this.

In recent years we have written Activity Plans for:

  • The Lord Leycester Hospital, an historic almshouse in Warwick
  • Newport Transporter Bridge
  • Leicester Cathedral
  • a proposed new Royal Marines Museum and Centre for Discovery at the National Museum of the Royal Navy
  • a redisplay and new learning programme for Chelmsford Museum
  • Hogarth’s House, the former country home of the 18th century English artist William Hogarth in Chiswick
  • a digital project, STEM learning programme and capital development for the RAF Museum
  • a new Kent Mining Museum in Deal
  • Reading Abbey Revealed for Reading Borough Council
  • Home and Abroad: Opening up the Archive of the Bankes Family of Kingston Lacy for Dorset History Centre, the National Trust and Priest’s House Museum in Wimborne
  • Brooklands Museum’s Aircraft Factory & Race Track Revival Project in Weybridge
  • Garden Museum in Lambeth, London
  • the Huguenot Museum in Rochester
  • Winchester Cathedral
  • the re-development of Hastings Pier for Hastings Pier and White Rock Trust
  • St. Mary’s Church, Ickworth, Suffolk
  • the University of Huddersfield Library and Archive Service