Event Communications works on Bletchley Park exhibition

Event Communications has been appointed to create an exhibition strategy for Bletchley Park Museum in Milton Keynes.

Bletchley Park is the site of British code-breaking activities in World War II and the museum houses one of the Enigma cipher machines.

Event has been appointed to work up phase one of the museum’s exhibition plan, which involves developing display and interpretation strategies and creating costed outline designs for the museum’s collection. These proposals will then be submitted in a Heritage Lottery Fund Round 2 submission.

Event was awarded the contract, worth £52 000, following a six-way tender process. The consultancy will work with inclusive access consultancy Access Design and museum cost consultancy Greenway Associates on the project.

Neither Event Communications nor Bletchley Park Museum was available for comment at the time of going to press.

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