A Tasty New Partnership
Hampshire Fare and Hampshire Cultural Trust have announced an exciting new partnership which will see the two organisations working collaboratively, through practical projects, to champion Hampshire as a world-class county.
Hampshire Cultural Trust, which was launched on November 1, operates and funds Hampshire’s museums, galleries and arts centres. It exists to showcase, connect and empower Hampshire’s creative economy and works collaboratively to bring organisations, people and ideas together for greater impact, with customer focus at its core.
Both independent organisations share the same vision and belief to champion Hampshire as a centre of cultural excellence and activity.
Janet Owen, Chief Executive of Hampshire Cultural Trust, said: “We are absolutely delighted to announce our new partnership with Hampshire Fare. We both promote the rich tapestry of culture in the county – from food and art and crafts, to architecture and heritage - and we are very proud to collaborate with an organisation who shares the same fundamental beliefs and vision as us.”
Tracy Nash, Commercial Manager at Hampshire Fare, added: “At Hampshire Fare we consider this partnership to represent a very exciting opportunity. We are both promoting the abundance of good things about Hampshire, and in terms of attracting visitors and interest, Hampshire’s heritage, varied landscape and excellent food and drink are all essential components of the county’s appeal both nationally and internationally.
“We are therefore looking forward to a very productive and proactive partnership; we already have many interesting and exciting plans in place.”