Layers of History was created by Heritage Lincolnshire to give volunteers the opportunity to discover, understand and investigate those aspects of Lincolnshire’s historic landscapes that are less obvious, perhaps only a few lumps or bumps in the ground, or an abandoned lump of concrete with mysterious metal protrusions. Starting in 2017, Layers set out to engage over 200 volunteers during a three-year period. The project aimed to show volunteers how to study and research … Continue reading Layers of History evaluation report published
Evaluating the impact of the restoration of the Falling Sands Viaduct for @svrofficialsite with @jenniwaugh
What a fantastic 2019 for Durnin Research - it has been an absolute pleasure to work with and support fantastic clients and colleagues on a range of really interesting projects. In the spirit of Christmas, Durnin Research has made donations to Thomas's Fund and SUDC UK in lieu of cards. Thomas’s Fund is a charity … Continue reading In the spirit of Christmas….
Pleased to see the new Association of Independent Museums (AIM) Economic Impact Toolkit produced by DC Research and Durnin Research is featured in this month's AIM bulletin, available from their website.
Durnin Research is delighted to have been appointed by the Heritage Trust of Lincolnshire as Evaluator for the Layers of History project. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, Layers of History enables participants from a range of audience groups to ‘read’ the landscape, work with them to ‘peel back’ the layers to reveal the … Continue reading Evaluating Layers of History