Sunday, 12 June 2011

Another brochure for Budleigh Salterton

I'm pleased with this photo of Fairlynch Museum, if only because that Mediterranean-blue sky offers a more cheerful alternative to the rained-soaked view that I currently have from my window. Well, it was a publicity shot after all. It now appears on the latest material that I found myself producing in my role as publicity officer for the Museum.

This is a smart little folded leaflet which will do a good job of promoting our current exhibition based on the life and achievements of former Budleigh resident George Murray Levick, one of the group of six survivors of the Northern Party which made up Scott of the Antarctic's ill-fated polar expedition of 1910-13.

It will shortly be finding its way to hundreds of outlets in Devon and beyond.

Many thanks to the United Kingdom Antarctic Heritage Trust http://www.ukaht.org/ for their sponsorship of the leaflet.

And thanks to Dave at Copyrite in Exmouth for his efficiency and helpfulness in tying up a few loose ends on the technical side. Do click on http://www.copyrite-print.co.uk/ to see how he could help you with your own projects.

All this is a kind of explanation and excuse for the recent lack of blogging. Being retired doesn't seem to mean being less busy.

I was going to boast about my work on the vastly expanded Fairlynch Museum website at http://www.devonmuseums.net/fairlynch as a further excuse. But it seems to be out of action at this moment for some reason. A mystery until I discovered that other museum websites on the same service seem to be dead as well, so hopefully it's only a temporary blip.



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