Legacies of Conflict Recommendations

Identifying WWII Hut Foundations near the School

 

CATEGORY DESCRIPTION CONTINUATION of PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3
ARM1 
Landscape Designation / Historical
Research
ARM1.1
Designation of Lyness, Rinnigill & Wee Fea as conservation areas, volunteer heritage coordinator processing archive documents, encouraging fieldwork
ARM1.2
Creation of management plans, detailed recording of fragile buildings
ARM1.3
Digital mapping of wartime landscape, oral history recording programme
ARM2 
Site
Conservation / Preservation
ARM2.1 –
Landowner/ land user dialogue, identification of external financial support funding streams, provision of funding guidance
ARM2.2  –
Structural conservation surveys of sites, landowner / land-user financial support grants / incentives
ARM2.3
Land/ building purchase/ lease, conservation of key sites, conversion & reuse for sustainable purposes
CATEGORY DESCRIPTION CONTINUATION of PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3
ED1 
Schools Education
ED1.1
Dialogue with other Orkney Schools
ED1.2
Production of school resource packs
ED1.3
Part-time education officer delivering CPD & schools programmes
ED2
Future
Generations
ED2.1
Dialogue with outdoor youth groups
ED2.2
Part-time education officer delivering/ supporting  children & youth activities
ED2.3
Production of child friendly interactive trails & interpretation
CATEGORY DESCRIPTION CONTINUATION of PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3
CE1
Passive Events Programme
CE1.1
Volunteer heritage coordinator arranging visiting speakers for an evening talks programme, permanent accessible wartime heritage archive
CE1.2
Part-time/ seasonal Heritage Officer delivering evening talks programme, development of mobile exhibitions
CE1.3
Full-time Heritage Officer delivering year round talks, workshops, film nights & roadshows
CE2
Active Events Programme
CE2.1
Volunteer heritage coordinator encouraging fieldwork, access & updating of archives
CE2.2
Part-time/seasonal Heritage Officer delivering drop-in sessions, site visits, walks & fieldwork
CE2.3
Full-time Heritage Officer delivering drop-in sessions, fieldwork, walks & site visits
CATEGORY DESCRIPTION CONTINUATION of PHASE 1 PHASE 2 PHASE 3
T1
Guided Walks
T1.1
Continuation of Lyness walks by SFVC&M staff, local volunteers to help lead walks
T1.2
Part-time/seasonal Heritage Officer developing & leading walks to other sites
T1.3
Site tours using location activated audio & visual handheld devices
T2 
Interactive Trails
T2.1
Monitoring/ maintenance of Wee Fea geocache trail, dialogue with The Russian Arctic Convoys Museum Project
T2.2
Expansion of geocache trail to other areas, pilot study of GPS/App interpretive trails, boost local wifi/mobile phone infrastructure
T2.3
Island wide GPS & App digital trails incorporating Google HUD technology, boost wifi/mobile phone infrastructure
T3 
Interpretation
T3.1
Introduction to wartime heritage pages on IoHDT website with site access guidance
T3.2
Mobile exhibition, web-based virtual museum, downloadable site guides
T3.3
Cycloramic experience/ interpretation centre(s)
T4 
Publicity/
Promotion
T4.1
Orkney wide publicity of events & activities, strong web presence, BBC coverage of historical importance
T4.2
Contracted marketing plan, guidance on how best to publicise wartime heritage to attract visitors
T4.3
Delivery of marketing and advertising plan, deployment as part of wider island tourism plan

 


© Source: Lindsay, G.J. & Dobney, K. (2014). Legacies of Conflict: Hoy & Walls Wartime Heritage Project, Wartime Development Document. Island of Hoy Development Trust.


 

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