Looking at all of the heritage sites and the rich history of the town – could a new building or something be incorporated within the existing college to look at developing heritage, conservation and planning courses and qualifications. Maybe a new cultural learning hub? Where young people are encouraged to come to the town, stay in the town and use the fabric of the environment to learn from and develop. Partnership working with universities and businesses, Heritage Lincolnshire, local visitor attractions – developing job and career opportunities, research, genealogy tourism, conservation and restoration, building conservation, etc – encouraging younger generations to take ownership and pride in the town, developing it’s future and encouraging more people to stay local investing, learning, living, spending in Boston.
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