On Saturday three HVM & R4C teams will visit Beamish in Co. Durham, the SS Great Britain in Bristol and Lincoln Cathedral on the last leg of our country tour focused on the heritage. For the last month we've been visiting heritage locations across the country to hear the views of National Lottery players on how their money should be allocated to the heritage good cause.Read More
Hopkins Van Mil is pleased to launch its new website with a whole new look and updated content.Read More
Our office is now closed until 3rd January. Anita, Henrietta and Tisna wish you a very Happy Christmas and New Year. We look forward to seeing you again in 2017.
HVM is assisting The British Council’s Cultural Skills Unit for the second year in designing and facilitating an effective team building process for its team away days in January 2017. Under the banner to Do Less Better, HVM will work with the Cultural Skills team and other British Council colleagues to achieve greater clarity on the team’s position and priorities in the light of its new two year strategy and the British Council’s overall Arts Strategy.
HVM’s process design will include activities which will equip the team with a shared view on: opportunities and ways to do less with better impact; common ground and joint priorities with non-Cultural Skills colleagues; and an action plan for implementation of the new approach.
The intended outcomes of the process are, that the team will:
- Be inspired to Do Less Better and have a clear consensus around how to achieve greater impact
- Feel joint ownership of the direction of travel
- Will be inspired to work together and collaborate better
HVM is delighted to be working in partnership with Resources for Change on a public dialogue commussion for the Heritage Lottery Fund. From January we'll be touring 12 locations around the UK to understand the views of people who play the National Lottery about how funding from the National Lottery should be distrubuted to the heritage 'good cause'.Read More