Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust's (HEART) website - www.heritagecity.org - has been completely overhauled to create an comprehensive information portal about HEART's work and Norwich's heritage, with a new look and fresh content.
There is a whole section on the hugely popular annual Heritage Open Days with events listings, booking details and the latest information.
There is also information about the planned regeneration of The Halls - St Andrew's and Blackfriars' which will expand over the coming months as the project develops.
Christina Lundberg, communications manager at Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust said: "The revamped website features clearer navigation, more content, improved accessibility and a fresh look. We hope it will be a great platform to showcase HEART's work and Norwich's heritage to a wide audience."
The website redesign follows the success of the launch of the new website for one of HEART's flagship projects - Norwich 12 - an outstanding collection of the city's iconic heritage buildings: www.norwich12.co.uk. Both websites have been designed by Norwich-based WS Creative.
Please visit www.heritagecity.org for more information.
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For more information please contact Christina Lundberg, Communications Manager at Norwich HEART on 01603 599570 or email email@example.com
About Norwich HEART
Norwich Heritage Economic and Regeneration Trust (HEART) is a private, charitable trust set up to act as an umbrella organisation for all of the heritage on offer in Norwich and to be a best practice exemplar internationally for heritage as a social and economic regeneration vehicle.
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