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John Lyon’s Charity supports Engaging Young Learners Project at the Museum

 

The Museum of Brands has been awarded a grant from John Lyon’s Charity to increase the number of children and young people engaging with the Museum. The Charity has provided funding to the Museum to deliver the project with young people, educators and families from nine targeted boroughs: Barnet, Brent, Camden, City of London, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and Westminster.

The Museum will aim to engage 10,000 young people over the next three years, through creating a Youth Panel, new Further Education learning resources and increasing the number of formal sessions to nurseries, schools, colleges and universities from the target boroughs. The funding will help the Museum continue to grow their offer for young people, families and Early Years audiences, in an exciting time where the Museum has moved to new premises in Ladbroke Grove. The funding will help the Museum to be a vibrant local museum for the new area, forming sustainable partnerships with the local community.

Rosemary Cronin, Project Manager stated: “The Museum is delighted to receive the support from John Lyon’s Charity. This will enable us to further develop our important work to educate and entertain the public on the subjects of brands, packaging and advertising and their history. This funding will enable us to build upon an existing learning programme, increasing engagement and enjoyment for our audiences.”

A representative from John Lyon’s Charity stated: ‘John Lyon’s Charity are delighted to be working with the Museum of Brands for the first time, at an exciting time of their relocation. The ‘Engaging Young Learners Project’ will help deliver the Charity’s remit to benefit children and young people up to the age of 25 who live in nine boroughs in northwest London: Barnet, Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Kensington & Chelsea and the Cities of London and Westminster and encourage more young people to access the fascinating collection at the Museum of Brands.’