Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

30 Jul 2020
Visitors to Shropshire’s leading tourist attraction are being asked to turn back the clock for a day of Victorian fun in August. The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust says it wants as many people as possible who attend Blists Hill Victorian Town on August 8 to dress in Victorian-themed costume. The trust – a registered education and heritage conservation charity which cares for 36 listed buildings in...
Andy Lawrence, of Hometyre, with Adam Siviter, of Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust.
05 Jan 2020
A national mobile tyre fitting company, which was founded in Shropshire almost 20 years ago, is the latest firm to get behind a £1m fundraising campaign in the county. Hometyre, which has provided tyre services across the county since 2003, has signed up to Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust’s (IGMT) 1,000 Builders campaign - part of the ongoing programme to secure funding to preserve the area’s...
20 Nov 2018
Enginuity and the Museum of Iron will open their doors free of charge to National Lottery players next month - as part of a campaign to say thank you to all those that help raise thousands for good causes every year. The museums will be free to enter on Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 December, 2018, to National Lottery players as part of the #ThanksToYou campaign which runs nationally up to December 9,...
Ben Walker (Marketing Officer -Groups, Media, Digital & Research), Clive Knowles (Chairman of the British Ironwork Centre) & Paul Gossage (Director of Marketing and PR)
16 Oct 2018
We have long admired The Ironbridge Gorge Museums for their history, hard work and continued efforts to make their site a truly amazing place to visit. Seeing them as the matriarchy of iron, we were completely thrilled when the discussion of a partnership between us turned into an iron-strong reality. Described by the Ironbridge as “a partnership between the new and the old”, we will now be...
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