Making Industrial Heritage attractive to children and young people

ERIH UK Meeting at Lion Salt Works

How to attract new and young audiences is a challenge that industrial heritage sites and all museums face. On 9th February ERIH held their quarterly UK meeting at the Anchor Point Lion Salt Works.

The theme for the meeting was "Making industrial heritage attractive to children and young people". 21 delegates attended the meeting and saw three excellent presentations from Sarah McLeod (Cromford Mills), John Hamshere (Kelham island) and Kate Harland (Lion Salt Works).
As a guest speaker, Maryann Soper, presented her new GooseyGoo website.

Presentations for pdf download:
Sarah McLeod
John Hamshere
Kate Harland

Link to GooseyGoo Website