5 case studies were found
Berwick is an historic border town of great distinction, important for its medieval and Elizabethan ramparts, such buildings as its Commonwealth-era Church and early 18th-century Barracks, and a streetscape composed largely of 18th and early-19th-century houses. Two satellite settlements, Tweedmouth and Spittal, have distinctive though less well-known histories in which fishing and other industries bulk large. All three settlements have Conservation Areas.
ASSESSMENT AND CHARACTERISATION
Shakespeare on site at Prudhoe castle: Partnership promotes the use of historic sites for drama work, to support the teaching of history and to interpret historic texts and scripts.
Education and Outreach, Regeneration
Craster radar station
Investigation and field survey of Craster radar complex by English Heritage, working in partnership with the National Trust, involved the local community in the research process and allows improved management of a wider area, also serving as an exemplary piece of research into World War II military structures.
MANAGEMENT PLANS, RESEARCH & ARCHIVES, SOCIAL INCLUSION & ACCESS
Investigation and analytical field survey of Dunstanburgh Castle and its landscape context by English Heritage revealed the extent and importance of the monument to be far greater than previously believed, necessitating changes to its management and presentation.
Management Plans,Presentation and Interpretation, Research & Archives