Author Archives: Alison Gilkes

Your attention please. Yes I mean YOU!

Our multimedia producers were in the west wing at the National Trust’s Hughenden Manor in High Wycombe last week to install the audio visual and interactive displays for the new ‘Hillside’ exhibition, which tells the story of the cartography personnel secretly stationed here during the Second World War. Working as part of a wider network

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workshop with a group of 8 air cadets and their mentors in a room with presentation on a projector

Hillside workshops

CMC’s design team were in Buckinghamshire this week to run 3 workshops with National Trust volunteers as well as a number of RAF Air Cadets from 871 (Penn) Squadron. These special interest groups are assisting us with the production of a new multimedia exhibition due to open this summer at Hughenden Manor. The displays will

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Classic Cupar workshops

The first of a series of Community Workshops has just taken place in Cupar to introduce volunteers to the HLF funded Classic Cupar project. The volunteers were trained into the gentle art of digital asset management using CMC Flow. Cupar now has around twenty (and growing) Readers and Research Volunteers who will be using CMC Flow to gather together

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Four new tours for Montrose Basin

As part of our continuing work with and support for the Scottish Wildlife Trust, CMC has just published four Apps for walking tours around different parts of Montrose Basin. These are free to download to your smart phone or tablet from the izi-Travel website – just search for Montrose at: You will hear from some of

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Cupar wins Heritage Lottery Grant

CMC has been working with Cupar over the past months to help implement our 2017 Cupar Interpretive Plan.  Another step forward has just been taken with a £10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund Sharing Heritage grant being announced for Classic Cupar, an exciting community project led by Cupar Heritage, in partnership with Cupar Development Trust and CMC. Using CMC Flow the project will explore

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Stobs Camp heritage trail

The Stobs Camp Project is delighted to announce the launch of a new heritage trail that will guide visitors around the camp and let them explore what it was like to be at Stobs during the First World War. Developed in partnership with CMC Associates and created with Stobs Camp Project volunteers the heritage trail

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Wilton Lodge Park

CMC Associates and Border Signs & Graphics were jointly commissioned to produce a family of interpretation and directional signs for the Wilton Lodge Park at Hawick. CMC worked extensively with the Hawick Museum to research and prepare the content. We produced four large panels, one for each of the park entry points informing the public about

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Shaping the Landscape exhibition - New Lanark

Shaping the Landscape

Shaping the Landscape: Digital Interpretation of the Geology of the Clyde and Avon Valleys A new exhibition showcasing the rich heritage of the Clyde and Avon Valleys has opened in New Lanark. Focusing on the region’s unique geology, the exhibition takes visitors back 500 million years through the story of the land beneath our feet.

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Whitehead Railway Museum Audio Guide

CMC are pleased to announce the publication of the Railway Preservation Society of Ireland’s audio guide for the Whitehead Railway Museum. Free to download on the popular izi.Travel platform the audio guide provides visitors with an in-depth guide to the fascinating exhibits at the museum. Packed with detailed information and historic photographs the audio guide offers

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