For the last 31 months (or since April 2014) I’ve been working for the North York Moors National Park on the development of the This Exploited Land HLF Landscape Partnership Scheme. In the time I’ve been working on this project my blog fell quiet – but the National Park conservation blog was regularly updated with highlights from the project – of which there were many.
When I joined the project it was focused primarily on the physical remains associated with a century of ironstone exploitation from the 1820s through to 1920s – and so through the development of the scheme I developed a ‘before, during and after’ narrative to contextualise the physical remains and extend the project from an archaeological focus to a broader, heritage landscape focus.
Alongside the stories of how the landscape has been used, it also contains amazing stories of people who lived and worked in the landscape in the past…
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