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Evaluating Peregrini - summary report now out!

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01 March 2017
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By David Suggett
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In our final year of delivery, we have started the process of evaluating the impact of Peregrini Lindisfarne.

Below you will find our evaluation report for the first two years of delivery 

Evaluation Summary 2015-2016.pdf

Have you been involved in volunteering for us, or have you attended one of our events or activities? If so,provide us with some feedback and help us build a picture of successes and challenges.

You can find the blog here - evaluatingperegrini.tumblr.com. It is easy to submit posts - just click on ‘Submit a post’ at the top of the evaluation website. 

Our evaluation is being led by Katherine Williams, a freelance consultant providing support to charities and community organisations to raise funds, develop projects and evaluate impact. She is currently working with the Peregrini Lindisfarne project to carry out a qualitative and participative evaluation of the three year Landscape Partnership.

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10 August 2017

Latest Creative Arts Project from Peregrini

Six large ceramic sculptural pieces celebrating the natural and cultural heritage of Lindisfarne and the coast, to be created by Graham Taylor. We need your help at six practical pottery workshops to gather source material and create elements to incorporate into the artwork.

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The Peregrini Lindisfarne Landscape Partnership Scheme is managed by a Partnership of professional and community representatives from Holy Island and surrounding shore side area. The lead organisation for the Scheme is the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) Partnership, hosted by Northumberland County Council.