The Arthur Conan Doyle Collection can provide a wide range of opportunities and benefits to our sponsors. Those currently offered include exhibitions, publications and preservation, education and outreach programmes
A message from Stephen Baily, Head of Cultural Services
Not only is the Lancelyn Green Bequest of great significance in its own right: it has real potential for the city of Portsmouth. It was Richard Lancelyn Green’s own stipulation that his Collection be open and publicly accessible, so that as many people should have the good fortune of experiencing it as possible. I can see opportunities to put the Collection at the heart of our community learning, both for children and young people and older learners; for it to be part of the regeneration of the City, attracting outside interest and stimulating tourism; and for it to be one of the cultural landmarks of the region as a whole. I am truly excited about this collection’s potential.
Portsmouth City Council will do all it can to develop the Collection fully; but that does not mean that we would not accept support from others as we do so. In particular, I would be interested to hear from anyone who may be able to assist us with our work on the collection, especially from prospective sponsors/donors. It seems to me to be a great opportunity for any individual, company, or group to be associated with such a remarkable cultural monument, one that will only increase our city’s profile, both nationally and internationally.
Head of Cultural Services, Portsmouth City Council
For more information and an informal discussion, please contact:
Claire Looney, the project manager on 023 9283 4185 or email Claire.Looney@portsmouthcc.gov.uk
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