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The Army Flying Museum

Aviation museum reopens after huge refurbishment

The Army Flying Museum

The Army Flying Museum is a British military aviation museum which celebrates the history of flying in the British Army and is home to an extensive collection, charting over 100 years of the British Army in the air. With over 35 fixed wing and rotary aircraft on display, the Museum is the perfect place to explore the fascinating history of army aviation.

Fusion were heavily involved in this project, leading up to the grand re-opening on April 1st 2019.

 


Fusion's Marketing Consultant named on industry A-List

Fusion's Marketing Consultant named on industry A-List

Fusion are pleased to announce that Marketing Consultant, Lorien Lightfoot, has been named in the CRN Women in Channel A-List 2019.  As 86% of top execs in the UK tech industry are men, the A-List features prominent women from the industry who support CRN's campaign for equality and diversity across the channel. 


Bowes Railway

Bowes Railway

Built by George Stephenson in 1826, the Bowes Railway in Springwell, Gateshead, is the only operational standard gauge cable railway system in the world and previously transported coal from Durham to the Tyne.  The site is a Scheduled Ancient Monument and is now open for tours and the museum is home to another project by Fusion.


Fusion becomes Bose Professional Reseller

Fusion becomes Bose Professional Reseller

Fusion is proud to announce that we have been given Professional Reseller status by consumer electronic brand, Bose


Sherlock Holmes: The Game is Now

Sherlock Holmes: The Game is Now

Fusion ventures into the world of immersive gaming for Sherlock Holmes themed ‘The Game is Now’.


Lest we forget? - Imperial War Museum

Lest we forget? - Imperial War Museum

Lest we forget?

On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918 the armistice signed between the Allies of the First World War and Germany began. The First World War was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, resulting in unprecedented fatalities.  Lest We Forget? is part of Making a New World, a series of exhibitions s at IWM London and IWM North which explore the effects of The Great War on our society.


 


Bolton Museum - Egyptian Galleries

On September 22nd the Bolton Museum opened the doors to an incredible 10,000 visitors, all eager to see the exhilarating new gallery which celebrates an exceptional collection of over 2,000 Ancient Egyptian artifacts. The renovation of the six gallery spaces used to create this exhibition was fully funded by Bolton Council and has provided an extraordinary space in which to tell the story of the ancient objects which feature in the collection. Fusion worked with Leach Studio to assist with...

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