The Fitzwilliam Museum will mark its 200th birthday with a year-long celebration of exhibitions and events for all, made possible by a new group of business partners.
Rheebridge has joined with TTP Group plc, ACE Cultural Tours, Hewitsons LLP, Marshall of Cambridge, and Sotheby’s to support the bicentenary year. Together with the museum, they will be aiming to connect with the local community in Cambridge and promote their involvement with the Fitzwilliam.
Lois Hargrave, Director of Development at the Fitzwilliam Museum, said: “This is the first time the museum has embarked on a partnership model involving businesses across the whole year. We are pleased to be starting more long term relationships with local businesses to create a programme of exciting events and engaging educational activities. As our bicentenary approaches, I would like to thank our six business partners for their ongoing and vital support.”
Each business partner represents a different business sector and each will share their specialist networks and expertise to ensure a vibrant and successful bicentenary year for the museum.
Image shows:from left front Colin Jones, Managing Partner Hewitsons, Lois Hargrave, Director of Development at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Gerald Avison, Founder and Group Board Director TTP Group, and Christopher Walkinshaw, Group Corporate Communications Manager, Marshall of Cambridge, with back from left Tim Knox, Director and Marlay Curator at the Fitzwilliam Museum, William Lucy, Head of South of England at Sotherby’s, Paul Brooke Barnes, Managing Director ACE Cultural Tours, with David Rapley, Managing Director Rheebridge.
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