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A man learns about the home-front efforts of the African-Caribbean community during World War II at an exhibition in Southwark. Photo Kois Miah

Putting your message across 

How do you decide what types of interpretation will work best for
your particular kind of heritage and your target audience? You
can find advice in our document Thinking about interpretation or by looking at how similar projects have developed their interpretation in the case studies in Our Projects.

Next you’ll need to consider how you want your audience to respond to these stories, and the media you could use to convey them, such as text, images and activities. Look at the following examples to see how other projects have done this.

Children performing at Beningbrough Hall 

Children performing at Beningbrough Hall