Norwich loses a great heritage advocate

Some sad news yesterday – the charity where I spent five years as comms manager is closing its doors after 10 successful years championing Norwich’s heritage and heritage as a means of regeneration.
It was an innovative model and a small outfit that punched far above its weight in terms of its clout and funding it brought in for Norwich, thanks to a team of passionate and hard-working people and support from many partner organisations and great volunteers. During my time there I was privileged to contribute to some far-reaching projects like Norwich 12, the Norwich Dragon Festival, Heritage Open Days and the Culture Matters conference, worked with some brilliant colleagues, partners and friends and learnt an enormous amount.

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It’s great to see that HEART’s flagship projects will be continued to be run by some of the charity’s long-standing partners and some new ones, and I hope that HEART’s legacy will live on for a long time.

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