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I have run succesful projects for the University of Oxford, Oxford Brookes University, the Soldiers of Oxfordshire, Banbury Museum and the Battlefields Trust. I make funding applications to the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), Arts Humanities Research Council (AHRC) and Arts Council England (ACE). If you would like to know more about making an application for your project, do get in touch.
I have fourteen years experience in the heritage sector, working with museums, universities, charities and other organisations. I have run a number of projects, making succesful applications for funding, curating exhibitions and providing strategic leadership and direction.
I am an Arts Council Accreditation Mentor for Pitstone Museum and the Rumble Museum, Oxford, a Trustee of the Buckinghamshire Military Museum Trust and a board member of the Fete Day Company. I ran the Education Service at Banbury Museum for many years following twenty years in Education.
I make over thirty presentations a year for local history societies, universities and military heritage groups. Here are some of the new themes:
'Saints, Sinners and Soldiers: Oxfordshire characters from the British Civil Wars'
Oxfordshire played a significant part in the First Civil War – Oxford became the Royalist capital in late 1642 and the county was on the frontline with parliamentary Buckinghamshire.
‘Oxfordshire during the Second World War’
In time to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the Oxf and Bucks Light Infantry attack on Pegasus Bridge during D-Day in 1944, this fully illustrated talk looks at the impact on, and connections to Oxfordshire during the Second World War.
‘Oxfordshire in the British Civil Wars 1642-51’
There are few places in the county with no connections to the Civil Wars. Oxfordshire played a significant part after Oxford became the Royalist capital in late 1642 and the county was on the frontline with Parliamentary Buckinghamshire.
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