We’re delighted that two of the projects we worked on last year have been nominated for Museums and Heritage Show awards this year.
Copper Kingdom at the Amlwch Copper Bins on Anglesey has been shortlisted for the Culture Pros Pick, a search for the UK’s most inspiring museum or heritage visitor attraction of the past 12 months supported by the Guardian Cultural Professionals Network. Please vote for us here.
Lime and Ice in the North York Moors National Park Authority visitor centre at Sutton Bank has been shortlisted for the Innovations Award.
The winners will be revealed at the Oscars of the Museums World (as quoted by the London Standard) when comedienne, Sue Perkins, will be hosting a glittering London awards ceremony in May.
Thanks to everyone who entered our newsletter competition. We are delighted Lend With Care will be benefitting thanks to Andrew Deathe at the National Waterfront Museum.
The first loan has been made to Marites Domingo in San Fernando, Laur, Nueva Ecija, Philippines.
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Nice to have got a mention in the latest issue of DNCC ‘In Business’ magazine.
We’re absolutely delighted that we will be supporting the campaign for The Children’s Air Ambulance at their up and coming fund raising events. Wide Sky will be providing a photo experience at a number of events. The first of which will be on March 23rd at 12:30. Dancer extraordinaire Anton Du Beke will be having lunch with 100 lucky supporters of The Children’s Air Ambulance at the Ruddington Cottage Hotel.
Despite the freezing fog making some of the walk feel like a scene from Harry Potter, Phil completed the event with Team Skylark as part of the effort to raise over £60,000. www.justgiving.com/skylarkactivities