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Attracting visitors and building pride of place - Calderdale Council

Calderdale Council works with a range of partners to support cultural activity such as festivals and events, delivering pride in place to local communities and attracting visitors to its market towns.

Leicester City Council's Heritage Champion

Heritage has a high profile in Leicester: the city council has a ‘heritage champion’ and local residents have been involved in compiling a list of important landmarks.

The role of heritage in the regeneration of Margate

Historic environment and character can play an integral role in the success of a place, and this has been the focus of work by Historic England and its partners in Margate.

Dismaland by Banksy hosted by North Somerset Council

Hosting a major exhibition by the street artist Banksy has been a catalyst for cultural renaissance and economic regeneration in the coastal town of Weston-super-Mare.

Sleaford, Lincolnshire – Walking trail

A unique trail of cast bronze roundels maps out a walking route past public artworks, landmarks and points of interest in the Lincolnshire town of Sleaford.