Date(s) - 17/12/2014
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Mill Green Museum and Mill
This practical session will allow you to develop an action plan to increase and/or diversify your audiences. It will cover a range of activities and tools that can help you to reach new visitors and meet their needs, with the emphasis on low-cost approaches. In the session you will look at developing priorities so you can focus your effort, and at ways of evaluating whether your activities are working. We will use case studies of other museums and heritage attractions in order to illustrate a range of approaches. You will also get the opportunity to discuss your own museum’s aims, approach and issues within the session. To take part you must be collecting the following types of data from visitors:
- Percentage of new or repeat visitors
- Their home location e.g. first part of postcode
- Percentage of adults / children.
There are two dates for this workshop:
- 11th December – for museums working towards an HLF bid or audience development plan
- 17th December – for smaller museums
Please use the form below to book for the 17th December (session for smaller museums). The venue is still to be confirmed.
For the 11th December, please click here.
These sessions are for museums who are participating in the Visitor Insight East data-gathering programme. If you are not enrolled on that programme but are interested in attending one of these sessions, please contact Kathy Moore, firstname.lastname@example.org or 01603 493646.
Bookings are closed for this event.