Ground broken for new Remembrance Centre at the NMA

Ground broken for new Remembrance Centre at the NMA

Dame Penelope Keith, assisted by Sea Cadet Beth Molyneux (10), recently broke the ground for the construction of an inspiring new Remembrance Centre at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire. Julia Holberry Associates wrote the Activity Plan in support of the Arboretum’s NLHF application, and the project was awarded £2.85 million in October 2012.

Julia and the team wish the NMA all the best and will look forward to seeing the build progress.

Image credit Glenn Howells Architects.

About The Author

Julia Holberry is a fully qualified curator and Prince2 Project Manager and is accustomed to managing complex programmes with many interlocking strands of work. As a consultant she specialises in Heritage Lottery Fund bid documents and, since 2003, she has project managed 28 HLF bids and Activity Plans for heritage organisations, tourist attractions and museums, helping clients to secure nearly £109 million from external funders. In the past year she has worked on six successful HLF bids, helping to secure £55.7 million for clients.