The Suffolk Heritage Strategy has been developed ‘to preserve, protect and enhance Suffolk’s heritage for the enjoyment of future generations whilst maximising its impact and celebrating its wider contributions to education, economic development, health and well-being, helping to create a strong sense of place, pride and belonging’.
It contains three priorities:
- Identity, Economy, and Tourism
- Community Engagement and Learning
- Heritage Protection and Enhancement
Professors Baxter and Gill contributed to the strategy through the Strategic Heritage Forum.
The full document can be found here.