Home About C&M Interpretation Schools & Communities Working with Artists Projects / Clients
Types of Work:
Interpretation panels
Guide books / leaflets
Web / digital
Teaching / learning resources
Web / digital

Working with web designer Richard Read and technologist Philip Clarke, C&M associates write, edit and produce learning materials and rich content for the web, CD, intranets and extranets. We are increasingly involved in developing strategies for interactive material for mobile phones and web-based tools to allow paperless communication.

Our websites range from the smaller scale, for organisations which require a simple web presence, to fully editable content managed sites for others. All comply with recommended accessibility standards set by organisations such as the RNIB, W3C and as outlined in the Disability Discrimination Act.

Ruth manages web projects in addition to writing and editing content. Now contributing to www.teachers.tv, Ruth was a commissioning editor for all learning resources at www.justforteachers.co.uk. Many of her articles for The Guardian newspaper have been re-purposed for use on the subscription website Learn Things and include a collaboration with the Eden Project. Peter devised and managed www.goblincombe.org.uk and contributed to some of the following Coleman/Clarke sites:

The working tool and online presence of the Forest of Avon
(design work by Richard Read)

A learning resource for a reclaimed south Gloucestershire woodland

www.riveravontrail.org.uk  www.fromewalkway.org.uk
The stories of two west country rivers

The first re-use of a railway line following on from C&M associates interpretive project (design work by Richard Read).

Other clients have included the Countryside Agency, Avon Industrial Buildings Trust, the Friends of the Midland Hotel, Avon Gardens Trust / Bristol City Council and the Sustainable & Environmental Education Network.


Forest of Avon Website
Ruth managed the development of the Forest of Avon website and edited areas of the Countryside Agency’s Local Heritage Initiative website