18 Bull Plain
Working in partnership with local businesses
GPFM are an independently owned financial planning company based in Hertford and dedicated to the provision of personal and professional financial advice.
Corporate Patron: GPFM Financial Planners
Hertford Museum is generously supported in various aspects of our work by a number of local businesses. We offer various sponsorship opportunities to encourage businesses to participate in our range of programmes and services and contribute towards the Museum’s long term financial sustainability. Our supporters help us to:
You can support the Museum in different ways depending on your field of expertise and desired level of engagement. For more information or if you have any suggestions, please do contact us.
One way of supporting us is to become a Corporate Patron. At present, the Museum’s Corporate Patrons are:
Wilkins Kennedy LLP Chartered Accountants and Business Advisers are a top 20 UK accountancy firm with 15 offices in the UK, one of them based in Hertford. Wilkins Kennedy encourage their staff to give back to the communities in which they live and work. As a firm, they support a number of charitable institutions and are actively involved in contributing time and skills to a vast number of community projects.
Corporate Patron: Wilkins Kennedy
Longmores is established as Hertford’s leading firm of solicitors, serving the local community since the late 1700s. Longmores is proud of its long association with the people of Hertford and has a history of supporting many charities in the town and further afield, including Hertford Museum.
Corporate Patron: Longmores Solicitors
There are a number of sponsoring opportunities which aim to bring mutual benefits. In return for your support, we can offer tailored solutions to promote your business. Some of our current sponsorship areas include:
There are some other ways you can help us:
Being a Corporate Patron of Hertford Museum will:
Corporate Patron: McMullen’s
McMullens was founded in 1827 by Peter McMullen and since then have continued brewing in Hertford without a break. The heritage of AK, for example, can be traced back to 1833. Macs (as the McMullen business is informally known), as the last remaining brewer in the town, remains dedicated to ensuring that this great trade remains part of the cultural tapestry of Hertford and is not consigned to the annals of history.
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