These trails have been developed as part of the project – Collections in the Landscape.
Buxton Museum & Art Gallery is delighted to have been awarded a Stage I pass from the Heritage Lottery Fund to explore digital access to the collections, not just inside the museum, but outside, where the archaeological and geological artefact were found and where the artists sat to paint their pictures.
Please let us know what you think of these pilot projects by filling out this survey. The feedback we receive will help us decide what future projects will look like and how they will work.
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Credits and thanks
The Collections in the Landscape team would like to thank everyone who took the time to meet us, provide information and make this project possible, particularly the Heritage Lottery Fund and Derbyshire County Council for supporting project.
Further thanks are due to Museums Sheffield, National Trust, English Heritage, Peak District National Park Authority, Picture the Past, High Peak Borough Council, Arbor Low Environs Project and the landowners at Arbor Low & Gib Hill.
Special thanks are also offered to Wendy Greenfield, Ann Gibbs, Annetta Christie, Colin Wells, Oliver Gomersal, Mavis Henderson, Albert Alan Hall, John Barnatt and Ros Westwood for voicing the project’s audio aspects.