heritage

Methodist Homes for the Aged Fundraising, Project Planning, Evaluation and Engagement

  • MHA
    Client
  • JM Envronmental and Jeremy Rye Studio
    Partners
  • £644,000
    Total Value
  • NLHF Heritage Grant
    Funding

A lost gem of natural heritage on the Bromley / Croydon border, Tricolor worked with owners, Methodist Homes for the Aged, to develop their engaging and compelling Reclaiming the Wilderness Gardens project which sought to restore the gardens to their former glory.

Having developed the Round 1 application, Tricolor was appointed to project manage the NLHF Development Phase, as well as deliver the Activity and Interpretation Plans. The project offered a unique opportunity to conserve and interpret natural heritage in an urban setting, with a particular focus on older people as an audience.

  • Market assessment
  • Evidence of need
  • Heritage evaluation
  • Vision statement
  • Project development and conceptualising
  • Partnership building
  • NLHF Round 1 bid development
  • Consultation and engagement events
  • Activity planning
  • Interpretation planning
  • Interpretation and exhibition design
  • Fundraising

Project timeline

  • 2016

  • 01/06/2016

    Contract Began


  • 2017

  • 01/09/2017

    Contract Ended


Exciting futures ahead

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