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Looking for a new challenge, to try something different in 2017? Train to become a Heritage Guide on an exciting new course – for FREE.
Exclusive behind-the-scenes trips to heritage sites and the opportunity to learn from top historians and academics are just a couple of the perks of training to be a local heritage guide. If you are interested in local history and heritage then this exciting opportunity could be for you. The Culture Unit of Eastleigh Borough Council, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Gods House Tower Museum, is working together to offer a unique opportunity to learn new skills, to help support and promote local heritage, as part of our Road To Agincourt programme. They are looking for volunteers who would like to train as heritage interpreters. Anyone who joins the free programme will get:
- Behind the scenes visits to local heritage sites and attractions
- A lecture programme from top academics and historians
- A chance to be involved in a major festival and to be part of the opening of a new heritageattraction.
Its Creative Interns Programme has long been recognised in the industry as being one of the best in the region, with past apprentices moving on to work in some of the most high profile arts establishments and organisations in the UK.
Alana Jones talks to the Creative Eastleigh team about her 12 month dance administration internship at The Point, Eastleigh.