We are delighted to be working with the Diss Heritage Partnership to create interpretive design throughout the historic town of Diss in Norfolk. The project will deliver a range of interpretation throughout various locations around Diss. Interpretive panels will guide visitors to uncover heritage sites and peephole exhibits in shop windows will reveal the stories associated with the people, buildings and businesses that make up the heritage of Diss. The project will further be supported by a website, linking to the Heritage Triangle's web-based archive resource. At the briefing meeting, our design team were lucky enough to get a personal guided tour of the town from historian Alun Howkins!