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20th July 2021

ATS Welcome a Host of New UK Clients

  ATS’s portfolio of UK clients has grown significantly in recent months as a host of leading cultural and visitor attractions have entrusted the ATS team to provide a world-class service to their visitors. These include Blenheim Palace, World Rugby Museum Twickenham,Read More

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6th July 2021

We’re Recruiting: Production Assistant

Production Assistant – ATS Heritage Full Time July 2021 ATS Heritage are looking for a Production Assistant. You will be joining the UK’s leading provider of multimedia guides, audio guides and mobile apps for Museums, Galleries and Heritage sites, our portfolio includes a numberRead More

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28th June 2021

Diane Whitehouse Joins ATS

To meet the demands of our growing client base, ATS are delighted to welcome Diane Whitehouse to the business as Account Manager. Diane’s reputation for building effective client relationships is unparalleled and the organisations that she works with know her as a true clientRead More

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Spencer Clark

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7th December 2020

ATS Heritage Announces New Managing Director

Audio and multimedia guide provider to the cultural sector, ATS Heritage, has appointed Spencer Clark as its new Managing Director. Over the last fifteen years, ATS has grown to become the UK’s premier company in the sector with clients including The Royal Collection,Read More

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26th November 2020

Welcoming visitors this Christmas!

Preparing to welcome visitors over the Christmas period is always a busy time – but 2020 has brought its own unique and unexpected challenges. Join us, as we catch up with Faye Kelly of Hever Castle to learn about the changes theyRead More

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16th October 2020

Connecting Culture 2020

A presentation from the Connecting Culture 2020 Virtual Conference. Spencer Clark along with Anne Fletcher, Director of Interpretation and Louise Wainwright, Senior Producer were invited to share their experience and advice on how to create effective digital engagement and world class on-siteRead More

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15th July 2020

Lights, Camera… Welcome back!

As doors reopen at cultural and heritage sites around the world, staff and volunteers are busy preparing to receive visitors once again. But how can visitors be reassured that their visit will be a safe one, and what do they need toRead More

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11th June 2020

Effectively Managing Visitor Dwell Time

With social distancing likely to be in place as attractions and institutions prepare to open their doors, many are considering how best to maximise the number of potential visitors, while at all times observing social distance guidelines. Signage, staff and volunteers willRead More

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12th December 2019

Giving the gift of technology

Kenya Children Centres provide food, shelter, healthcare and education to vulnerable children and their families. It has the facility to house and support children who have seen and sadly been through experiences no child should have, within their managed residential facilities inRead More

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17th December 2018

A Royal flush for ATS Heritage

The Sandringham Estate, the Norfolk retreat of HM The Queen, has recently appointed ATS Heritage to develop a new multi-media guide tour for visitors.  Adding to our regal portfolio of clients including Buckingham Palace, Balmoral Castle, Windsor Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse,Read More

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6th December 2018

Gainsborough Family Album Exhibition

ATS is very privileged to have worked with The National Portrait Gallery (NPG) for over eight years, providing on-site multimedia guides and developing content for the permanent collection as well as temporary exhibitions.  Our latest exhibition project with NPG is ‘Gainsborough’s FamilyRead More

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Canterbury Cathedral East

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3rd August 2015

Interpreting a cathedral

When we’re on a short break, say in a European town or city, there are a few set things we always do – visit a museum, have coffee outside in a public square, shop for souvenirs etc. And something we often findRead More

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Tolpuddle Martyrs Title

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10th April 2015

Tolpuddle Martyrs app is live!

The story of the Tolpuddle Martyrs, the 19th century farm labourers transported to Australia for swearing a secret oath, will now be told using 21st century technology. Trade unionists have launched an audio visual trail in Tolpuddle village, thanks to a HLFRead More

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Tolpuddle Martyrs Filming

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3rd July 2014

Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum

ATS has begun production of a multimedia guide and mobile app at the Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum. The remarkable story of the Martyrs unfolds as visitors are guided through the village itself, stopping at the homes of the key protagonist George Lovelace andRead More

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