The conservation of archaeological sites in Norfolk is obviously the prime aim of the Trust. But once we have acquired and conserved a monument, how can we bring these sites ‘alive’ for local people and visitors alike?
And what would you say if someone asked you to give the main reason for your visit to a Trust site? During the summer last year a number of Trust volunteers kindly dedicated some of their time to carrying out visitor surveys which sought the answers to these kinds of questions.
A recent headline in the Daily Mirror read ‘Henry VIII's life ruined by Michael Gove as National Curriculum changes bite’. This attention-grabbing statement refers to recent changes made to the delivery of history in schools.