After training in a number of repositories across the UK Pamela qualified as an Archivist from Liverpool University in 1995. Since then she has been responsible for a range of collections including higher education, museum, business, private, and local authority archives. Pamela has always really enjoyed the practical elements of heritage and collections, and getting people involved. As a consequence she has more recently diversified, working in the Volunteer sector, and on a large scale community learning Heritage Lottery funded project. Pamela's current post is Project Development Officer, Libraries. Museums & Galleries, for South Ayrshire Council, with the aims of developing these services, and engaging communities through grant funding, partnership working, exhibitions, learning, interpretation and specific events. Pamela also volunteers for Ayrshire Federation of Historical Societies as their Secretary.
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In the latest instalment of the findings from our review of 200 Heritage Grants evaluation reports , I want to talk about logic models. One of the key areas of the outcomes review was looking at how grantees told their project story, setting out the linkages between activities, expected outputs and... read more
I wonder if anyone has had any experience of putting togther a management and maintenance plan for digital outputs for the 5 years post project? I need to put one together for our application but most of the guidance form HLF is focussed on buildings. Any tips or examples would be greatly... read more
If you have a passion for heritage and are keen to become a local decision taker and help shape the future of your local heritage, please read on! We wills hortly be commencing a recruitment campaign to find new committee members to join our London and South East England Committees. Applications... read more
Hello Everybody We have been delivering a Young Roots Project in Nuneaton, Warwickshire whereby young people have been exploring their own heritage and that of Warwickshire through poetry, hip hop, film and music. Here's a couple of links to some footage from our workshops. One of them features a... read more