Cheshire Archives and Local Studies (2020-2021)
Consultation and creation of an Activity Plan to support their Round 2 bid to the National Lottery Heritage Fund for new history centres in Chester and Crewe. Included the creation of an evaluation plan and toolkit. With Headland Design.
Tameside Council (2018-2019)
Creation of a successful National Lottery Heritage Fund bid to digitise a large newspaper photographic archive and develop a volunteering programme.
Regenerating Wigan Archives and Leigh Local Studies (2017)
Activity Plan and Interpretation Concept for their successful Round 2 Heritage Lottery Fund bid. With Headland Design.
Staffordshire History Centre (2017-2018)
Activity Plan and development of an Active Partnership for Round 2 Heritage Lottery Fund bid. With Headland Design.
Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Education Trust (2017)
Consultancy support for their Round 2 Coming in from the Cold Heritage Lottery Fund bid. With Headland Design.
“We worked with Kevin when he was the manager of the Archives+ project at Manchester Central Library, so knew him to be passionate about delivering ground-breaking developments in the sector while working in a thoughtful and collaborative manner. Kevin is immensely knowledgeable, supportive and approachable. As a freelance consultant, he provided invaluable guidance to help us write the business plan for our Heritage Grant application. Now we are delivering the project, we have turned to him again for support in building the evaluation strategy because we know that he excels at communicating with both archive professionals and community group members.“ Jackie Ould – Co-Director, Ahmed Iqbal Ullah Race Relations Resource Centre and Education Trust
Manchester City Council (2016-2017)
Round 1 Heritage Lottery Fund Kick the Dust bid for ‘Archives Hack’ – a project to increase engagement with young people across archives in Greater Manchester.
Tameside Council (2016-2017)
Creation of a successful Heritage Lottery Fund bid to develop archive volunteering opportunities for Tameside Armed Services Community.