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Brooklands Museum in Weybridge, Surrey is a hidden, national treasure – our 2009 visitor survey for them, proved that most of their visitors agree. But now their secret is really out. The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) awarded them £4.85m for an amazing project which transformed their visitor experience. A Different View has been working with them to put this project together, including brand development, strategic fit with vision and master planning and audience development, so we are really excited they
We’ve recently been appointed by The National Trust to work on a project on the North Norfolk Coast. It’s a lovely place to be as you can see from the photo. I think most people associate the National Trust with period buildings and their estates but outdoor spaces are also a big part of their portfolio including large expanses of the North Norfolk coast.
Today I spent the day with their team at Brancaster Millennium Activity Centre (that would be BMAC
Arundel Museum is run entirely by volunteers. After many years operating a small museum the society was forced to move out. It created a small exhibition in a container whilst it sought funding from HLF to enable it to build a new museum and tourist information centre on a prime site opposite Arundel Castle, the area’s biggest tourist attraction.
Following a round one pass from the Heritage Lottery Fund, we won three contracts to provide an audience development plan, including