Royal Albert Memorial Museum Development Trust

Royal Albert Memorial Museum Development Trust

Charity information

Royal Albert Memorial Museum Development Trust

The Development Trust provides funds to promote, support and improve the experience for RAMM visitors. Delivering events, exhibitions, outreach activity and caring for the collection.

Founded 1994

  • Mission statement

    The Development Trust’s mission is to advance the education and enjoyment of the public through its support of the Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery (RAMM).

    Our focus is to raise funds for future activity at RAMM following on from the multi-million pound transformation of RAMM - which took place in 2011 - into a dynamic 21st Century museum and gallery.

    Funds donated go towards delivering thought-provoking exhibitions, educational and cultural activities and events and the delivery of outreach work to those unable to access the museum for themselves.

    The strength of RAMM lies in its stories, the collections, people, places and events that are recorded in the museum. RAMM has been at the heart of Exeter’s cultural life since 1868 and a hub for Devon and the whole of the South West. Over recent years RAMM has developed its creative and contemporary programme as part of its overall vision as ‘Home to a Million Thoughts’.

    We want to keep up the good work and keep engaging. Providing a space for culture, creativity and thought for future generations

  • Aims

    Royal Albert Memorial Museum Development Trust aims to:

    • To keep delivering thought-provoking exhibitions, events and activities and caring for the collections for future generations.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1994

    Registered Charity Number: 1038570

    Phone number: 01392 265858

    Address: Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX

    View charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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