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2019 Heritage Manifesto

The Heritage Alliance has written to all MPs and key decision-makers with their new 2019 Heritage Manifesto, produced in advance of the election on the 12th December. You can find the manifesto here – https://www.theheritagealliance.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/Manifesto-2019.pdf It draws on the messages received from members, FAME being one of those members, and particularly the work of the […]

Inspiring Creativity Report

The Heritage Alliance has published a report, Inspiring Creativity – Heritage & The Creative Industries, to showcase the work being done by heritage organisations in collaboration with the creative industries. It illustrates the essential role heritage places and heritage stories have in underpinning the success of the creative industries.The report highlights: why heritage is essential […]

Wellbeing in Heritage

The Heritage Alliance, in partnership with Ecclesiastical Insurance Group, is trying to understand how wellbeing is being prioritised within the heritage sector, and so they have created a survey about this topic. The results will help them to better understand what wellbeing programmes and activities are available in the sector. The data will also be anonymised […]

Historic England: Call for input on CPD courses

Please see the follow call for input from Historic England on training: Historic England is inviting views from sector colleagues on the sort of training that you would like us to deliver. Our corporate plan demonstrates our commitment to developing the skills and knowledge of the heritage sector. Our Training Strategy provides further detail on […]

Innovation in professional practice: short survey

CIfA is requesting help with gathering some information: Please could you spare a few minutes (c. 5 minutes) to complete this short survey to support a project entitled Building capacity through innovation co-organised by CIfA and ALGAO and funded by Historic England. The project addresses the results from the Historic England/CIfA 21st century challenges for archaeology workshop discussions in 2017 […]

Call for Papers: Archaeology and the camera

Please find attached this call for papers: TAG39_promo Dear colleagues, You are warmly invited to take part in TAG session 39# “Archaeology and the camera truelle: theorising archaeology through the moving image”. Additionally, if you know anyone who might also be interested in taking part, we would be most grateful if you could share this […]

CRM Financial Performance Statistics Released for 2018

FAME member, Heritage Business International L3C (HBI), has released the results of its annual Cultural Resources Management (CRM) Financial Performance Survey for 2018. The report that details internal business statistics for CRM firms. The report is used by firms to benchmark their performance against competitors in the industry, as a check on financial health, and […]

The Future of ScARF

The the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland is looking to plan for the future development of the Scottish Archaeological Research Framework (ScARF). To accomplish this they have launched a survey. The survey covers the national framework and emerging regional frameworks: Future Thinking on Carved Stones in Scotland; RARFA; SESARF, HighARF, SIRFA, and PKARF.  If you […]

FAME welcomes new member: MSDS Marine

FAME is happy to announce a new organisation has joined our membership – MSDS Marine. MSDS Marine are a Marine and Coastal Contractor specialising in the management, execution and support of archaeological projects in the marine environment. They have a wide range of experience and expertise within the industry from the project management of large […]

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