The Association for Heritage Interpretation wishes all of its members a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
It’s been a busy and exciting year for AHI, with a new website, thought-provoking journals, training events across the country, a fascinating conference in Chester and the establishment of AHI as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. We hope 2018 has been productive and engaging for all of your interpretation pursuits too.
As well as looking back, the turn of the year inevitably means thinking about the coming year. We are looking forward to building on last year so that AHI will continue to grow and develop. We will host a varied range of training events including another ‘Applied Interpretation’ course and a course on 'Interpretive Writing'. Keep visiting our newly refreshed website for further details.
Our conference will be in Bedford between 9-11 October and will include a day visit to Bletchley Park to explore and discuss varied approaches to interpretation and how they work for them.
And we will complete to transfer of AHI from an unincorporated charity to a CIO, putting AHI on a firmer footing for the coming years.
We hope that 2019 brings you exciting opportunities to tell the stories of cultural and natural heritage.
Jim, Suzanna, Kate, Rob, Bill, India, Kev, Laura, Philip, Ruth, Sheena & Lyn
Thanks to Sheena Irving for the Festive fox image