Aerospace Bristol is delighted to be able to share the news that the museum has been awarded a generous grant from Ibstock Enovert Trust, an environmental body that supports worthwhile community and environmental projects.
The Trust awards grants under the terms of the Landfill Communities Fund (LCF), providing funding to projects that have as big a positive impact on the community as possible.
Lloyd Burnell, Executive Director of Aerospace Bristol,
‘With the generous funding from Ibstock Enovert, Aerospace Bristol is creating a brand new outdoor seating area to include a canopy shelter with colourful seating made from recycled materials. We are most grateful for the Trustees’ support with this welcome project.
The area, just outside the main exhibition galleries, is a perfect spot for visitors and school children to eat their lunch and relax outdoors as a rest and refuel stop en-route to the Concorde hangar’.
‘The Trustees of Ibstock Enovert Trust were excited about the opportunity of contributing to a project to enhance the outdoor space at this wonderful new museum. School groups in particular will really benefit from this area and it will add to the experience of visiting Aerospace Bristol,’ said Stephen Hardy, chairman of the Trust.