Bringing the Iron Age to Life for Primary Children

HAP has just completed some learning resources for the North Devon AONB, helping bring the Iron Age to life for primary school aged children. The interactive educational resources are an online, downloadable pack, exploring the hillforts of the North Devon Coast AONB...

Discovering Dunkeswell Abbey – A Project Summary

History of Dunkeswell Abbey Dunkeswell Abbey is a scheduled 13th century Cistercian abbey 2 miles north of the village of Dunkeswell. Some upstanding remains survive today and parts of the abbey church are incorporated into the current Victorian church constructed in...

Bringing a Community Together through Food

This short film summarises the What’s on Your Plate – The Food that Makes Our Community project, a National Lottery Heritage Fund project led by the West Exe Nursery School and supported by the HAP team. It’s a great summary of a small, intergenerational...

Dunkeswell Abbey Interpretation Boards up!

Our display in the red phone box at Dunkeswell Abbey is now up! Here’s Catherine, giving you a preview of the display. https://heritageartspeople.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/VID-20200614-WA0000.mp4 Here’s a close up of the new interpretation board,...

Exeter’s New City of Literature Status

HAP went along to an Essence event about the new Exeter City of Literature status earlier this month. If you haven’t heard about Exeter’s new UNESCO City of Literature status it’s exciting news! Councillor Rachel Sutton and Dom Jinks gave a...