You’ve seen the film, but how was it made? Step into the glamorous (and by glamorous, we mean cow-filled) filmset of ‘Capturing the Common’ by watching the video below. You … Continue reading Behind the Scenes of Capturing the Common
Over summer 2021, Common Ground invited a group of young people to our filmmaking project at Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Roydon Common. This is the brill film they created, which highlights … Continue reading Capturing the Common
Living Landscapes, an exhibition curated by the Common Ground Leaders, is now open for public view! Come along to view it at the Undercroft in Norwich, 24-29 May between 12 … Continue reading Living Landscapes is OPEN – and you could win £50!
For this year’s International Women’s Day, we’ve collated a list of pioneering women in the heritage and environmental sectors: from a 16th century English noblewoman who restored dozens of buildings, to the doctor currently working … Continue reading Women in Heritage
If you want to get more young people involved in heritage, here are 5 tips to help you plan a youth-led participation project. Making your next project youth-led will help … Continue reading 5 tips to make your next heritage project youth-led
Want to try the challenges from our #GroundedWeekend? Dive in below and be sure to tag us in anything you create at @nnfcommonground Do your make up inspired by natural … Continue reading Grounded Weekend
When you’re busy running a museum or natural heritage site you can’t be everywhere at the same time, and that includes your social media. If you try and commit to … Continue reading Choosing the right social media for your heritage site
To develop Common Ground we ran a series of short projects to test some ideas with young people, and this is what we made. Our Fenland A short film and … Continue reading Our Story So Far