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Marketing Work

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Fionn Consultancy worked intensely for the development and advocacy of The Forsythe Collection, one of the largest collections of transport ephemera in the country. In January 2009, this was saved for the nation and purchased by the National Railway Museum at York, part of NMSI. You can inquire about the collection through their website.

Interim Training Consultant

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Fionn Consultancy worked on presenting Information Audit awareness raising ‘roadshows’ to staff in the Culture and Leisure Department of Durham County Council.

Researcher/writer for Exhibition on the ‘Aycliffe Angels’

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Aycliffe Angels were the group of women who worked at the Aycliffe Royal Ordnance Factory during the Second World War. This occupied much of Newton Aycliffe in County Durham. In 2005, Hydro-Polymers, who occupy a large part of the ROF site, decided to mark the 50th Anniversary of V.E. Day by installing a permanent exhibition to mark the contribution to the war effort made by the workers, the majority of whom were women, who worked at the ROF.

The project, managed by RDW of Yarm, culminated with a party for former ‘Angels’ on the Hydro-Polymer site, at which they could view the exhibition and receive a souvenir booklet. Fiona and Robert as Fionn Consultancy Services undertook much of the research and wrote the exhibition and brochure text.

Project Manager for Northumbria for All

Wednesday, August 18th, 2010

Co-ordinated by North East Museums, Libraries and Archives Council, a series of 5 action research projects looked at social inclusion issues.


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