Wellbeing and the Historic Environment
By Sarah Reilly, Claire Nolan, Linda Monckton
This document provides:
- A framework for considering wellbeing and heritage evidence, designed to help Historic England develop a contribution to the agenda
- Strategic objectives for wellbeing and the historic environment formulated through the New Economics Forum Five Ways to Wellbeing: Give, Be Active, Keep Learning, Take Notice, & Connect
- A logic model summarising a proposed wellbeing strategy
The benefits of working with the wellbeing agenda include: focusing on diversity and inclusion by breaking down barriers to access; working with local authorities to raise aspiration in areas of high indices of multiple deprivation; promoting wellbeing and engagement with the historic environment through social prescribing; achieving local sustainability in new ways; building the relationship between people and place, while demonstrating the public value of the historic environment.
- Executive summary
- Literature surveys and current knowledge
- Measuring impact
- Evaluation of projects and methods
- Research gaps
- Stakeholder analysis
- Publication Status: Completed
- Pages: 79
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