|Statement||Research John Weir and Peter White ; Compilation and editing [by] John Weir.|
|Contributions||Weir, John., White, Peter., Dartmoor National Park Authority.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||73|
INTERPRETATION STRATEGY 1 06 the stories of the Park can be told to the visitor, utilising a range of interpretive methods, both in situ in the landscape and through a series of interpretive focal points. 5 Interpretation Strategy 45 Significance 46 Interpretation Aims & Objectives 48 Interpretation Approach 48 Site & Relics as Symbols 48 Key Themes, Stories & Issues 48 Eveleigh Railway Workshops Interpretive Elements 49 ERW Heritage Route 49 Interpretation Zones & Signage Clusters 49 Relics Showcase Interpretation Strategy. We are experienced interpretation planners and developers. We create robust, value for money interpretive solutions that build a stronger relationship between you and your visitors or customers. We take a strategic approach to planning and delivering interpretation. The reasons for poor interpretation of strategy include: Strategy documents are typically crafted for presentations. Often there is a master set of templates for each functional area in the organization chart, with the purpose being consistency. Implementation is seen as a detail. The authors often assume that brilliant strategy is the heavy.
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