Please see below for details of an exciting opportunity to develop a schools programme for the Resorting to the Coast project.
If you would like to apply for this contract please contact the Project Coordinator, Juliana Vandegrift for the full tender briefing document containing the specifications and application process.
Resorting to the Coast is inviting tenders to inspire and deliver its exciting new School Programme funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund in partnership with Essex County Council and Tendring District Council.
The School Programme will be the main opportunity for local schools in the Tendring district of Essex to engage with the Resorting to the Coast project and for young students and families to learn about the seaside heritage of five main holiday resorts across the Tendring coast. The first phase will be delivered from January to March 2018 and the second phase from January to March 2019.
The scope of the School Programme is open to interpretation and we are happy to see a creative response to our tender brief based on the previous experience and practice of the applicant/s.
About Resorting to the Coast
Resorting to the Coast has a total National Lottery grant of £316,400 from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). Spanning two years, the project will proactively engage with local community groups and schools to bring the seaside heritage of Clacton, Frinton, Harwich/ Dovercourt, Jaywick and Walton-on-the-Naze to life. The School Programme is one strand of the overall project with a fixed budget of £41,300 to deliver all aspects of this programme.
If you would like to apply for this contract please contact our Project Coordinator, Juliana Vandegrift for the full tender briefing document containing the specifications and application process.
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