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Evaluating the Economic Impact of Dippy on Tour

The Natural History Museum has appointed Durnin Research to Evaluate the Economic Impact of Dippy on Tour.  Dippy, the Natural History Museum's iconic Diplodocus cast, is on a natural history adventure across the UK.  Dippy has already visited Dorset County Museum, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Ulster Museum, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum in Glasgow, … Continue reading Evaluating the Economic Impact of Dippy on Tour

Options for the future running of the David Lloyd George Museum

Durnin Research has been working as part of a consortium led by Dr Kevin Mason and including Hywel Evans to identify the options for the future running of the David Lloyd George Museum in Llanystumdwy, Gwynedd which is currently operated by Gwynedd Council. The Lloyd George Museum is situated in the Gwynedd village of Llanystumdwy, … Continue reading Options for the future running of the David Lloyd George Museum

Presenting economic impacts findings to the AIM Conference

On Thursday 20th June, Stephen Connolly of DC Research and I presented findings of our work to update the AIM Economic Impact Toolkit at the annual AIM Conference, held this year at the National Civil War Centre in Newark. The day started with a ride into conference along Sustrans Route 64, converted from the railway … Continue reading Presenting economic impacts findings to the AIM Conference

Evaluation of the Museum Development Programme

Durnin Research is part of a consortium that has been appointed by Arts Council England to carry out an Evaluation of the Museum Development Programme. Working with partners DC Research and Pomegranate, the evaluation covers both the 2015-18 and 2018-22 Museum Development programmes – with a focus towards the current programme – and aims to … Continue reading Evaluation of the Museum Development Programme