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The five-month programme included masterclasses, webinars, good practice panels, a 9-month development period including access to coaching/business mentoring and funding of up to £10,000 to help shape the success of a business idea. Lots of AIM members took part and we caught up with a few to find out more.
AIM Higher consultant Hilary Barnard was brought in to assist the Trustees of Castle Bromwich Hall and Gardens to review their governance structure. Glynis Powell, General Manager of the Hall and Gardens, explains how the need to undertake a governance review came about and what the consultancy support has achieved so far.
Following a name change, the Food Museum sought help from AIM to undertake a long-overdue review of their memorandum and articles. We spoke to Dr Sharon Goddard, Chair of the Food Museum, to find out more about the process they went through and get her advice on how to tackle this challenge.
The AIM collection care grant has allowed the David Livingstone Birthplace to purchase necessary equipment and develop a sustainable approach to the conservation and management of their collections.