The Dearne Valley Landscape Partnership (DVLP) will promote its own activities and programme but also the promote of the wider Dearne Valley and the range of activities in the area. There will be a co-ordinated use of printed materials (leaflets, books, brochures, posters, etc) with social media to best suit the various audiences within the Dearne.
There are two key strands to the project:
Design, Marketing and Print Costs
The design costs related to the production of marketing and printed materials for the DVLP. The production of marketing material to promote the work of the DVLP and the Dearne as a whole.
Website and Social Media
The use of online and social media to promote, receive and share information about the DVLP and the Dearne.
A communications strategy has been developed as part of the development phase and this will guide the marketing and promotion throughout the lifetime of the Dearne. A “brand” for the DVLP has already been established and adopted, that also has clear guidelines for its use. This will ensure there is a consistent approach to everything that the DVLP produces. The DVLP will take the following approach to promote its work and the wealth of opportunities in the Dearne.
- Printed materials
- Social media
- Public relations
- Promotional events
- Branded items
All News, Press Releases and Events relating to this Project are listed below
Maurice Dobson- a story of bravery, acceptance and love
A free talk as part of the National Festival of LGBT History.
My Yorkshire: Stephen Miller
An interview with our community officer, Stephen, for the Yorkshire Post.
Maurice Dobson Museum Live Project
The DVLP put the Maurice Dobson Museum forward to work with students as part of Sheffield University Schoole of Architecture's innovative Live Projects programme. The Museum…
The Ted Hughes Trail, Mexborough
We worked with the Ted Hughes Project, South Yorkshire, to develop this walking trail based on the poets former paper round in Mexborough.
Project OngoingProject status update.
Locations in the Dearne
All locations that are affected by this project are as follows:
Conisbrough Castle is a Medieval period fortification built in the 11th century and is located in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire.
Wentworth Castle is a 60 acre estate containing gardens, woodland and a grand stately home that is open to the public.
Worsbrough Mill and Reservoir
Worsbrough Mill is a working 17th century water mill located in a 240 acre Country Park in Worsbrough, South Yorkshire.
RSPB Old Moor
The Old Moor is a nature reserve maintained and operated by the RSPB located in the heart of the Dearne Valley, South Yorkshire.
Maurice Dobson Museum
The Maurice Dobson Museum and Heritage Centre is situated in a restored Georgian period yeoman's residence in Darfield, South Yorkshire.
Monk Bretton Priory
Located in the village of Lundwood, Monk Bretton Priory is a Grade I listed ancient monument site.
Wombwell Wood, Wombwell
Wombwell Wood is an ancient semi-natural broadleaf woodland located in the Wobwell, South Yorkshire.