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  • European Route of Industrial Heritage ERIH in North West England Presentation by Jonathan Lloyd, ERIH-UK
  • Introduction to ERIH
    • AIMS:
    • Raise profile of industrial heritage visitor attractions
    • Increase visitor numbers and stimulate tourism activity
    • Achieve pan-European profile and working
  • ERIH – an expanding network
    • Established in 1999
    • Based on Ruhr Route Industriekultur
    • Interreg IIC & IIIB funded (2000-2008)
    • Now funded by membership
    • In 2008 established as an Association
    • Project Manager – Christiane Baum
    • President – Dr Meinrad Maria Grewenig
    • Trans-national and national boards
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  • ERIH Structure
    • 72 Anchor Points in 12 countries
    • 13 Regional Routes (4 in the UK)
    • 10 European Theme Routes
    • 850 sites in 32 countries
    • 100 biographies
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  • ERIH membership categories
      • Anchor Points - 500 Euros
      • Corporate members - 500 Euros
      • Individual sites - 100 Euros
      • Individuals - 100 Euros
      • Friends of ERIH – donation, no vote
  • ERIH – main activities
    • Marketing & communications
    • Website
    • Leaflets
    • Signs
    • Press releases
    • Events
    • Networking
    • Local and international
    • Cross-marketing
    • Other organisations e.g. TICCIH
    • Training
  • ERIH Regional Routes
  • ERIH Regional Routes in the UK
    • South Wales
    • Heart of England
    • North West England (Industrial Powerhouse)
    • East of England (Industrious East)
    • North Wales
    • Scotland
    • Cornwall
    • Ashton-under-Lyne   (Portland Basin Museum) 
    • Barrow-in-Furness   (Dock Museum) 
    • Birkenhead   (Birkenhead Tramway & Wirral Transport Museum) 
    • Blackpool  (Bl;ackpool Tower) 
    • Bolton   (Museum & Art Gallery)
    • Burnley  (Queen Street Mill Textile Museum)
    • Burnley  (Weavers Triangle) 
    • Bury  (East Lancashire Railway) 
    • Cockermouth   (Jennings Brewery) 
    • Ellesmere Port   (Ellesmere Port) 
    • Keswick   (Honister Slate Mine) 
    • Lancaster   (Lancaster Maritime Museum) 
    • Liverpool   (Merseyside Maritime Museum) 
    • Liverpool   (International Slavery Museum) 
    • Macclesfield   (Heritage Centre) 
    • Manchester   (The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester) 
    • Manchester   (People’s History Museum) 
    • Newby Bridge   (Stott Park Bobbin Mill) 
    • Northwich  (Lion Salt Works) 
    • Northwich  (Anderton Boat Lift) 
    • Northwich  (Salt Museum) 
    • Port Sunlight  (Port Sunlight Village & Sunlight Vision Museum) 
    • Rochdale  (Rochdale Pioneers Museum)
    • Rossendale  (Helmshore Textile Mill Museum) 
    • St Helens  (World of Glass) 
    • Stockport  (Hat Works) 
    • Wigan  (Wigan Pier) 
    • Wilmslow  (Quarry Bank Mill) 
      Quarry Bank Mill     Wilmslow   GB   Wigan Pier     Wigan   GB   Hat Works     Stockport   GB   The World of Glass     St Helens   GB   Helmshore Textile Mill Museum     Rossendale   GB   Rochdale Pioneers Museum     Rochdale   GB   Port Sunlight Village & Sunlight Vision Museum     Port Sunlight   GB   Salt Museum     Northwich   GB   Anderton Boat Lift     Northwich   GB   Lion Salt Works     Northwich   GB   Stott Park Bobbin Mill     Newby Bridge   GB   People´s History Museum     Manchester   GB   The Museum of Science and Industry in Manchester     Manchester   GB   Macclesfield Museums Heritage Centre     Macclesfield   GB   International Slavery Museum     Liverpool   GB   Merseyside Maritime Museum at Albert Dock     Liverpool   GB   Lancaster Maritime Museum     Lancaster   GB   Honister Slate Mine     Keswick   GB   Ellesmere Port     Ellesmere Port   GB   Jennings Brewery     Cockermouth   GB   East Lancashire Railway     Bury   GB   Weavers´ Triangle     Burnley   GB   Queen Street Mill Textile Museum     Burnley   GB   Bolton Museum & Art Gallery     Bolton   GB   Blackpool Tower     Blackpool   GB   Birkenhead Tramway & Wirral Transport Museum     Birkenhead   GB   Dock Museum     Barrow-in-Furness   GB   Portland Basin Museum     Ashton-under-Lyne
  • ERIH Regional Routes - benefits
    • Expand the ERIH network
    • Stimulate local/regional interest in IH
    • Opportunities for joint working
    • Opportunities to involve smaller sites
    • Local economic development agendas
    • Educational potential
    • Stimulate local pride
    • International profile
  • ERIH continues to grow right to the borders of Europe…