The Dartmoor Artisan Trail is an art, craft and food trail that gives visitors a glimpse behind the workshop walls of Dartmoor’s finest artists, makers and producers.
More than 20 artisans are featured on the trail, many of whom are still practising age-old Dartmoor trades. They include a blacksmith, wood-turner, shoe-maker, weaver, potter, cheese producer and whisky distiller. Visitors can watch the artisans at work, try out their skills for themselves and even try making their own products.
Trail founder, Suzy Bennett, said: “By backing this project, Hawksmoor is supporting Dartmoor’s unique artisan culture and helping to ensure that the moor’s traditional skills and trades survive.”
More information can be found on www.dartmoor-artisan-trail.co.uk
RAMM Development Trust was set up in 1994 to advance the education of the public by the promotion, support and improvement of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. RAMM is one of Exeter City Council’s award-winning services. It subscribes to a range of nationally-recognised standards.
Awards and standards include Museum of the Year 2012, the national Designation Scheme, the Accreditation Scheme for Museums in the United Kingdom and Inspiring Learning for All.
More information can be found on the RAMM website.
Our Bury St Edmunds office have been sponsors of Bury st Edmunds rugby club for several years. The 2015/16 season will see the club playing in the National League 2 South.
Bury Rugby Club is one of the largest sports clubs in East Anglia with active mini, juniors and ladies sides playing every week.
More information can be found on the Bury Rugby Club website.
‘We are thrilled that, due to the kind support of Hawksmoor Investment, 200 young people from 10 schools in our city will now have a chance to visit our theatre. We try to find ways to make new exciting theatre accessible to as many people as possible and support from likeminded businesses such as Hawksmoor makes this possible.’
More information can be found on the Bike Shed Theatre website.