Heritage360 is collaborating on a three-year venture that brings together a cross-disciplinary team of scholars and technical specialists from both the academic and heritage sectors to explore, evaluate and reconceptualise Henry VIII's progresses.

Heritage360 began work in 2023 on a new website for Antiquity Journal. Antiquity was founded in 1927 and has around 400 issues, containing articles on a broad range of archaeological topics from scientific/methodological to theoretical; prehistoric to recent history.

The parish church of Holy Trinity in the centre of Hull was at the heart of Hull's City of Culture year in 2017. This transformative year saw Hull reinvent itself, with new energy and optimism drawing visitors from around the world, the impact of which is ongoing. Holy Trinity's status was changed to that of a minster church as recognition of the growing role and importance of the church in the life of the city and region and the church.

Heritage360 was commissioned in 2023 to upgrade the website of the Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA), the leading professional body representing archaeologists working in the UK and overseas.

CIfA's website is a key outlet for communication with its 4000+ members, whilst simultaneously providing a publicly-accessible platform for presenting its work in:

A project with Hambleton District Council (now subsumed into the new unitary authority of North Yorkshire Council) saw the development of 3D visualisations, a touchscreen interactive, and a map-based trail for the North Yorkshire market town of Northallerton, funded by Historic England's High Street Heritage Action Zone initiative.

Project overview

This one year AHRC-funded project ran between 2018-2019 and aimed to present the fascinating story of Thomas Becket to visitors to the city of Canterbury.

The project brought together partners from Canterbury’s heritage, business and tourism sectors, including Canterbury Cathedral, Canterbury Archaeological Trust, Visit Canterbury, Canterbury Museums and Canterbury BID.

The key project outputs were:

Heritage360 worked with St Davids Cathedral between 2018-2020 to design and deliver a major overhaul of their on-site and remote visitor materials. This included the following key outputs:

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