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CBFS Funding Announcement – Glasgow Museums and Clarkston Chiropractic

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Posted 15 February 2019

CBFS Funding Announcement, 15th February 2019

Clarkston Chiropractic has partnered with Glasgow Museums to sponsor Dippy on Tour: A Natural History Adventure which is at Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum as part of a UK wide tour. This partnership has been match funded by the Culture & Business Fund Scotland, enabling Glasgow Museums to support over 25 volunteers who are helping ensure the thousands of additional visitors to Kelvingrove enjoy their Dippy adventure.

For more details, visit: https://www.glasgowlife.org.uk/news/clarkston-chiropractic-delighted-to-support-dippy-while-he-is-in-scotland 


Carl Watt, Head of Programmes at Arts & Business Scotland, said:

“We are pleased to offer match funding for Clarkston Chiropractic’s sponsorship of Dippy on Tour through our Culture & Business Fund Scotland. This support for over 25 volunteers will maximise the experience for visitors to this exciting exhibition during its time at Kelvingrove Museum. Partnerships like this show that exhibitions and cultural events can offer businesses a creative and unique platform to promote their offering while also helping to produce brilliant experiences for their local community and visitors to enjoy.

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