This weekend English Heritage is celebrating 100 years since Stonehenge passed from private to public ownership. John Powell considers the effects of public ownership of heritage sites and the continued need for limiting access.
CCRI researchers have been at a Historic England workshop this week talking about their research, including dry stone walls in the Peak District National Park, and heritage, natural capital and ecosystems services in the Lower Severn Vale.
Pete Gaskell was in London yesterday (28th April) attending a Heritage Alliance ‘Audience Mapping’ workshop, which aimed to assist the development of a new strategic plan for The Heritage Alliance by mapping and prioritising its audiences to enable better understanding and engagement with them.
Chris Short, from CCRI recently attended and presented at a conference hosted by the Chilterns Conservation Board and Chilterns Commons Project. Here are his thoughts on the day, and how the conference related to management of common land…