Lots of new projects to report on this month. So pleased to see that some work in the sector is going forward despite the hard times. I am fortunate to be involved in the following:
The stories behind the creation and making of the Great Tapestry of Scotland are fascinating, not to mention the stories told through the art itself. Hopefully Bright and I can do it justice in its new permanent home in Galashiels.
Despite not being able to visit, it's been fun to getting to know Sligo, Ireland. Here's hoping I can test the new wayfinding and interpretive proposals on the ground in the new year.
So fitting for this November election season to be writing new interpretation at George Washington's ancestral home, Sulgrave Manor.
Your next Scottish staycation? Working with the local community in Invergordon and a team at the University of Edinburgh to define the town's compelling stories and create a visitor destination off the North Coast 500.