heritage

Unlocking the Severn Consultation and Engagement Planning

  • Severn Rivers Trust
    Client
  • Canal and Rivers, Natural England
    Partners
  • £10,800,000
    Total Value
  • Lottery funding, EU funding
    Funding

The Unlocking the Severn project, a partnership between Severn Rivers Trust, Canal & River Trust and Environment Agency, was a major batch NLHF project to re-instate the twaite shad fish species on the River Severn.

Tricolor was appointed to develop the Activity Plan, Interpretation Plan and consultation for the Development Phase of the NLHF bid. Activities and interpretation would be present at venues along the length of the River Severn and Tricolor devised innovative activities and interpretation at all these locations.

Tricolor delivered a series of creative workshops with project partners and venues to determine the aims and objectives of the project. These sessions also encouraged creative thinking around the brand for the project and the messages that should be conveyed through activities and interpretation. Through the collaborative thinking which the creative workshops fostered, both the Activity and Interpretation Plans were able to deliver consistently at the different venues and sites across the project area.

Interpretation Strategy Interpretation Planning to RIBA 3 Activity planning

Project timeline

  • 2016

  • 01/09/2016

    Contract Began


  • 2017

  • 01/10/2017

    Contract Ended


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