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Digital Tablet Kiosks: Engaging all ages at Westbury Manor

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In 2017 Westbury Manor was completed refurbished to create a vibrant cultural venue in the heart of Fareham. ATS Heritage created a series of tablet kiosks with interactive content allowing visitors to explore the collections and archives. Cerian Gale, Community Museum Manager at Hampshire Cultural Trust explains, ‘The tablet kiosks from ATS Heritage are a […]

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We’re hiring! Marketing Intern (paid)

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Marketing Intern Clanfield, Hampshire, £18k pro rata (4-6 months) ATS Heritage is a successful media production company working in the cultural sector. We’re looking for a brilliant Marketing Intern to help raise our profile across several marketing activities and campaigns. This is a fantastic opportunity for a graduate who is looking to apply their knowledge […]

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ATS strengthen offer to Cultural sites with new appointment

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ATS Heritage, leader in multimedia tours for Heritage and Cultural sites, is excited to announce Anne Fletcher will join the team as ‘Director of Interpretation & Partnerships’. With this new appointment ATS will be able to strengthen its interpretative offer, through interpretive planning and expert support around developing visitor experiences.  

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Top 5 tips for integrated digital interpretation

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Increasingly heritage sites are commissioning digital offers for families and ATS has worked on a variety of successful projects aimed at this audience.   For example, this year we worked at Eltham Palace (London) alongside Edinburgh-based designers Bright 3D to come up with an updated interpretive offer for families. There was an understanding that the family […]

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Deaf Awareness Week – can you recognise a deaf visitor?

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Welcome to Deaf Awareness Week, a week of opportunity for you to to recognise, empathise and improve your visitor experience for people who are D/deaf! The most difficult challenge around inclusion of deaf visitors is communication. I’m going to ask you to do one important thing this week, as an individual, or as a team, I want you […]

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Interpreting a cathedral

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When we’re on a short break, say in a European town or city, there are a few set things we always do – visit a museum, have coffee outside in a public square, shop for souvenirs etc. And something we often find ourselves visiting is the local cathedral. Cathedral buildings are generally impressive and equally […]

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We are shortlisted for an award

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ATS and English Heritage are delighted to learn that we have been nominated for the Association for Heritage Interpretation’s 2015 Discover Heritage Awards. Our work on the new multimedia guide at Eltham Palace (London) has been shortlisted in the Museum and Historic Properties/Sites category along with two other projects. Eltham is a magical property. Not […]

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Tolpuddle Martyrs app is live!

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The story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, the 19th century farm labourers transported to Australia for swearing a secret oath, will now be told using 21st century technology. Trade unionists have launched an audio visual trail in Tolpuddle village, thanks to a HLF grant. The six Dorset farm workers are celebrated as forefathers of the modern […]

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