By becoming a corporate partner of either the Grosvenor Museum in Chester or the Lion Salt Works and Weaver Hall in Northwich you can inspire your staff, clients, their families and friends.
As a corporate partner you will be supporting your chosen museum to care for its collections, develop exhibitions, and share the region’s exciting culture and history with residents and visitors.
From £1,000 your business can show a real passion for social responsibility and enjoy a wide range of special benefits including brand exposure to over 80,000 visitors every year and more online.
The above are examples of some of the benefits available to Bronze, Silver and Gold partners.
For more information about the corporate partnership scheme, please email Richard Hall or ring him on 07762 410629.
Cheshire College - South & West
“Our partnership with the Grosvenor Museum has provided Cheshire College – South & West with a wide variety of opportunities, allowing us to support young people in different ways. The College was first known in Chester as an Art School, so launching this partnership after bringing the art curriculum back home to our Chester Campus was an important step in us re-developing our links within the local area. It has been great to see our learners seizing every opportunity, from developing artwork for exhibitions, to taking part in workshops. I look forward to seeing what the next year brings.”
Helen Nellist, Deputy Principal and Deputy CEO
Gifford Lea Retirement Village
“Inspired Villages, Gifford Lea, is proud to be a corporate partner of the Grosvenor Museum to support the museum to care for its collections, develop exhibitions and share Chester’s exciting culture and history with residents and visitors.
The museum houses nationally important collections of artefacts and art works and celebrates Chester’s rich Roman heritage. We are pleased to support the Museum’s ongoing events and initiatives, which our own residents enjoy so much, and look forward to continuing to work together.”
Lisa Fearn, Community Liaison Manager
Prosper North is a business support programme, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and delivered by Creative United, which will provide free one-to-one business advice and workshops to help 80 cultural heritage organisations in the north of England improve their enterprise, trading income, sustainability, social impacts and investment readiness.