Haslemere Museum is pleased to announce its latest reciprocal partnership in the shape of a Corporate Membership for VantagePoint. This partnership for 2020/21 will offer great value to the two organisations and recognises the vast potential for joint promotion in the local area. As VantagePoint heads into its second decade, it is firmly establishing itself as the ‘best view of what’s going on locally’ and Haslemere Museum is happy to be a focal point in that view.
Editor and Publisher/Managing Director of Vantage Point Stefan Reynolds said: “VantagePoint is the only locally based, Royal Mail delivered publication that offers a range of relevant, local content to its readers, part of that is because of our links with local organisations and we are really pleased to be working closely with Haslemere Educational Museum. There are such a wide range of events that take place at the museum, which as members we now get priority access to, and we have always been happy to be able to spread the word to our readership for the last 11 years and now look forward to visiting even more regularly”.
Chairman of Haslemere Museum Melanie Odell said: “Our corporate members are of great value to the museum. The support and promotion is vital and we are also able to reach a wider range of people who might not immediately think to visit the museum, or use the museum as an event venue for a meeting, conference or party. I’m really pleased that VantagePoint is the latest company to join our ranks and look forward to meeting some of the team at our upcoming events”.
If as a business you are interested in exploring the options for museum membership then please contact email@example.com or speak to Carol Shrimpton on 01428 642112 for more information.
Haslemere Museum is an award winning independent museum with remarkable collections of natural history, human history and geology. The Museum offers a lively programme of events and exhibitions and has a wonderful tradition of learning for all ages and abilities. Set in beautiful historic grounds in the heart of Haslemere, the rich and diverse collections have been inspiring visitors for more than one hundred years.
Photograph: Stefan Reynolds and Carol Shrimpton