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G&P step up to the challenge at Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust

Graphics and Print Blists Hill Community

Colleagues from Telford based Graphics and Print returned to Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust on 16 May as part of “Give & Gain Day” - the UK's largest day of action for employee volunteering, and the third occasion they have provided practical support at the site. The Museum Trust is responsible for all historic sites within the Ironbridge Gorge, itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site, comprising ten museums, tourist information centre, research library, two youth hostels, archaeological sites, woodlands, chapels, and two Quaker burial grounds. At Graphics and Print we are proud of our community commitment which means that every colleague spends at least two work days p.a. supporting the community. On this occasion the team helped to build steps into the hillside near to the Victorian Town Museum of Blists Hill, and follows hot the heels of a food gathering exercise to benefit charities Mustard Tree and STAY.

You can support the Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust in a number of ways; from the example set by Graphics and Print, to being one of an army of invaluable volunteers who direct visitors, deliver talks, teach or help out behind the scenes, or by simply bringing your family to enjoy a memorable day out. You don’t have to wait for “Give & Gain Day” to suport your local community and feel real pride and achievement in giving something back, read more about Graphics and Print in the community on our blog and news site.

For further details and press contact speak to Sales & Marketing Director Mike Hutton 07792092225 or Head of Communications Simon Blenkin 07984586533.