Banner printing in East Kilbride could help save Hunter Museum
February 21, 2011 by Gareth
The Hunter Museum is under threat of closure due to government budget cuts. The museum, which showcases the life and work of famous pioneers of medicine, William and John Hunter, is considered by many local residents to be a key part of East Kilbride’s history and there has been an outcry to save the museum. Local councillor, Eddie McAvoy has responded to this outcry by giving local residents six months to present a proposal on how they would run the museum without government funding, allowing the facility to stay open. A local campaigner, Kirsten Robb, is now committed to putting together an action group to help champion the cause and put together the proposal. One of the key factors in the success of the ‘save the museum’ campaign will be the way that it is promoted. Companies offering banner printing in East Kilbride could really help elevate the campaign and raise awareness of the plight that The Hunter Museum faces. Banners provide a tried-and-tested method of high-level communication that allows organisations to communicate essential details such as information about how to get involved with a particular cause.
Kristen Robb recently told The East Kilbride news that the group who are working to save The Hunter Museum are now working closely with the East Kilbride Development Trust to put together a plan of action on how to promote the cause and banner printing is likely to help elevate East Kilbride residents’ knowledge of the campaign.