HAP was delighted to work with Torbay Council and Torbay Culture to prepare the new Heritage Interpretation Framework. It was a pleasure to work with local partners to help develop the themes and stories for the framework. We hope it will help heritage organisations bring Torbay’s rich history and culture alive for residents and tourists alike.
The Interpretation Framework, ‘A Haven Through Time’, was produced by HAP’s heritage interpretation specialist Katherine Findlay, as part of the Torbay Heritage Strategy. It uses the eight themes of the heritage strategy as a framework for organisations and individuals to interpret and present the fascinating stories of the bay. The themes are those which the public highlighted as their priorities through the extensive consultation during 2020.
The framework is for anyone who works or volunteers in the heritage sector, and is designed to help heritage settings and organisations bring the history of Torbay and its people and places alive for audiences. You can read the Interpretation Framework here.
Stuart McLeod, Director, England, London & South, for the National Lottery Heritage Fund, said –
‘I am very pleased to support this new framework for heritage interpretation in Torbay. It will help organisations, staff, and volunteers make the most of the fascinating stories that the English Riviera has to share. It is a positive example of how the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage has supported strategic development and recovery, in a very practical way.’
The development of Torbay’s Heritage Strategy has been supported by the Culture Recovery Fund for Heritage (CRF) award to Torbay Culture. The CRF is administered by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, on behalf of the Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport