'Facebook for the cultural sector' launched

English Heritage has launched a networking website for heritage sector staff working in education and community engagement.

The site, Our Place, will host a forum encouraging members to share information about their projects and learn from each other’s experiences. It will also carry sector news.

Miriam Levin, head of outreach for English Heritage, said: “Our Place will help bring together the wealth of talent and experience that exists in the field and channel it into providing the very best national resource for those working with socially excluded communities. It's the Facebook for the cultural sector.”

Another networking site for the third sector, MyCharityPage, billed as the sector’s answer to Facebook, will go online in January next year (Third Sector Online, 7 December).

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