Home Tags Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust
Tag: Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust
Shropshire firm Chrisbeon has made its mark in the Ironbridge Gorge as they became one of the founder builders to support the future of the historic site.
An online charity raffle with the top prize of watching a day of motorsport is being held with the aim of raising money to help safeguard the future of the iconic buildings in Ironbridge.
A leading Midlands law firm is supporting an ambitious campaign to raise £1million to help preserve the home of the Industrial Revolution.
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.
A leading law firm has pledged its support to the charity committed to preserving the heritage of Ironbridge for future generations.
Businesses from across the county are to gather together Blists Hill Victorian Town to find out the secrets of the area’s heritage and learn more about their role in its future.
Businesses have the chance to help conserve the historic buildings and monuments in the care of the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust - thanks to the launch of a new networking group.
Hundreds of runners are being called on to go back in time and raise awareness of a campaign to raise £1million by bosses at Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust will be celebrating along with the rest of Telford in November when the town marks its 50th birthday.
The race is on for the people to get behind a £1m fundraising campaign to ensure historic buildings and monuments in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site are secured for future generations.
Bedlam Furnaces, one of the most important industrial monuments in the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site, has been taken off Historic England’s Heritage at Risk Register.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museums are taking part in this year’s National Heritage Open Days initiative welcoming the public for free to areas that usually have restricted access.