The Royal Fine Art Commission Trust was set up in 1987 as a complement to the Royal Fine Art Commission, the Government’s independent adviser on matters affecting public amenity and aesthetics in England and Wales.
Ryedale Festival is an annual event that brings together outstanding performers from across the globe to perform during two weeks of events at historic venues in North Yorkshire. The Duke of York will become Patron of Ryedale Festival in 2019,… Read More
The original purpose of the Company was to safeguard the quality of shipbuilding in London. Today the Company donates annually to maritime related individuals and companies.
The Canadian Canoe Museum preserves and celebrates the art, culture and heritage of paddled watercraft.
Founded in 1994, the archaelogical Trust is charged with the excavation and conservation of all historic wrecks in Alderney’s territorial waters. It is currently focussed on Alderney’s Elizabethan wreck which sank in 1592.
The British-Kazakh Society was founded in 2002 to promote and develop relations between Kazakhstan and the UK at all levels.
The Omani-British Business Council was formed in 1991 to demonstrate the longstanding and close relationship between the Sultanate of Oman and the UK, and to promote bilateral trade, partnerships and investment.
Formed in 1946, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is a world class symphony orchestra, which gives first-class performances all over the world.
ICS is an Anglican agency involved in mission and ministry to English-speaking people around the world. They have a particular interest in Europe, North Africa and a long involvement in Christ Church Cathedral on the Falkland Islands.
Eden Court is the largest arts centre in Scotland, and the only major performance venue in the Highlands. The redevelopment project expanded Eden Court to include two theatres, two cinemas and two dance and drama studios.