Another one of our fantastic community engagement events took place on the weekend of the 16th. and 17th. of May.
The Lowestoft Cycle Festival, organised by Claritie on behalf of Suffolk County Council once again attracted thousands of visitors of all ages.
Aided by students from Lowestoft College the festival featured six of the town's cycle retailers, cycle maintenance sessions, security marking, health checks, various cycle challenge courses, live entertainment and BMX displays.
High on the list for our younger visitors was a visit to the Bling your Bike section, designed and manned by our student volunteers.
A huge thank you to the exhibitors, students, display teams, musicians and our other partners for making this such a great weekend.
Avove and below: Lowestoft Cycle Festival 2015
Claritie has secured the Audience Development contract for the Minor2Major Sherwood Forest HLF project lead by Nottinghamshire County Council.
This £3.7 million initiative is in the development stage until 2017 when it will be delivered until the project ends in 2023.
Claritie has secured the contract to deliver the £4.5 million Broads Authority 'Water, Mills and Marshes' HLF project.
The initiative operates from January 2108 to May 2022. Community engagement, educational programmes and heritage skills training are all at the heart of our delivery plan.
The Digital Biathlon has been hailed a success by funders and competitors. Claritie developed and delivered six Digital Biathlon events funded by Suffolk County Council, Sport England and the Broads National Park.
Developed as a method of encouraging more families to undertake physical activity and enjoy the National Park the project is now subject to major funding applications to Sport England to roll out the programme throughout Norfolk.
Visit the Digital Biathlon page on Facebook for more details.
New Heritage Skills film produced by Claritie is released. The film, aimed at raising awareness of careers in heritage skills in High schools, was made to support the Water, Mills and Marshes project and the new Heritage Training Group.
The 'Thinking About Heritage' film features 13 year old Daisy Dua.
We are delighted to announce that we have won two contracts to assist in the Business Development and Community Engagement aspects of the £5 million CANAPE project.
Claritie wins both the Access and Audience Development tenders for the development phase of the £2 million, Heritage Lottery funded, Brecks and Fen Edge Rivers project.
After months of hard work the first Broads National Park Album, produced by Claritie, is launched live at the Marinal Theatre Lowestoft.
11 tracks, all written and performed by musicians under 18 years old, are featured on this fabulous album.
Listen to it by visiting SoundCloud and searching for 'Broads Album 2018'
We only produce films to augment existing client contracts. We do however produce six to ten of these each year in some of the most spectacular surroundings.
We decided to add a free service to our clients that we hope will enable more people to see the environment we work within from a different perspective.
Enter our new Mavic Air drone that shoots video and takes pictures in 4k as well as HD.