WHIreland International Wealth has become the latest firm to join the Friends of Manx National Heritage (FMNH) Corporate Membership Scheme.
WHIreland International Wealth employees will now benefit from complimentary admission to all Manx National Heritage sites, as well as free or reduced admission to properties operated by National Trust, English Heritage, Scottish National Trust, Historic Scotland, Cadw, York Archaeological Trust, Office of Public Works (OPW) Republic of Ireland, Malta and Jersey.
Nicola Pemberton, Development and Administration Officer of FMNH, said: “We are delighted to welcome WHIreland International Wealth as our latest corporate member. By joining FMNH, WHIreland International Wealth demonstrates a strong commitment to supporting the Island’s wider community. Providing a vital contribution to our work, WHIreland International Wealth is helping to preserve our unique cultural heritage, and also supporting the acquisitions and conservation of the National collection”.
Symon Walmsley, Deputy Head of Group Marketing at WHIreland, said:“It’s important to WHIreland Group that we play a part in the communities where we live and work. Manx National Heritage does a fantastic job in conserving and showcasing Manx culture and history, and their work is to be commended. WHIreland International Wealth is currently supporting the Manx National Heritage Exhibition about Manx Tholtans at the Manx Museum. The exhibition features the fascinating work of Manx photographer Ray Kelly and multimedia artist Niamh Kelly and I am sure my colleagues will greatly appreciate the opportunity to visit all the Manx National Heritage sites free of charge, as well as benefit from discounts at other heritage sites in the UK and beyond.”
Organisations interested in joining the FMNH Corporate Membership Scheme should contact Nicola Pemberton on 01624 824137.
For more information about joining FMNH please visit www.friendsofmnh.org
Will Corrin, Managing Director of WHIreland International Wealth, Symon Walmsley, Deputy Head of Group Marketing WHIreland Group and Nicola Pemberton, Friends of Manx National Heritage