National Civil War Centre

The original 'Fake News' brought to life through AV technology

National Civil War Centre Fusion recently completed the installation of two temporary exhibitions at the National Civil War centre in Newark. Fake News While this term may only recently have been coined by a certain US President, it’s actually a centuries old tradition. The manipulation of facts for propaganda use has been a tactic of politics and war going back much further into our history then you may realise. Designed by Redman Design, Fusion installed an ultra-wide, short show projector in the Fake News...

Eskdale Mill

The last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park undergoes £1m refurbishment

Eskdale Mill Eskdale Mill is a grade II*, rare surviving traditional watermill and drying kiln nestled in one of the Lake District's most stunning locations, and is the last remaining working water-powered corn mill in the Lake District National Park.  Officially opened in July by Eric Robson, this historic mill has recently undergone significant renovation as part of a near £1m restoration project, including the newly restored lower waterwheel, which had not worked since 1930.  Fusion...

St Albans Cathedral

AV magic restores medieval paintings to former glory

St Albans Cathedral Fusion have recently completed a unique project at St Albans Cathedral.  The cathedral dates back to Norman times, and is the oldest site of continual Christian worship in the country. The brief was to re-create, by illumination, the set of medieval wall paintings in the Cathedral’s huge nave, depicting images of the saints Thomas, Christopher, Zita and Saints Alban and Amphibalus. These images are from the late 13th and early 14th centuries, whitewashed over at the dissolution of...

Fusion's expertise called upon by PSG FC

Fusion's expertise called upon by PSG FC Fusion’s expertise isn’t just in demand in the UK, recently we were called upon to work on a project at the new ‘PSG Experience’ at world-renown Paris Saint-Germain Football Club in France.  We weren’t alone in our international efforts, and worked alongside UK designers, Mather & Co, software engineers, Fuzzy Duck, and fit-out company, Workhaus Projects.

Marylebone Cricket Club selects Fusion for lighting upgrade

Marylebone Cricket Club selects Fusion for lighting upgrade

In 1787, Thomas Lord, a Yorkshireman born in Thirsk, founded a cricket ground in London, for use by Marylebone Cricket Club. Lord’s Ground was to become one of the most famous sporting locations in the world. The Home of Cricket in St John’s Wood is still home to MCC today, staging domestic and international cricket matches.  Lord’s has hosted other sports besides cricket and the iconic Grade II*-listed Pavilion, built in 1890, provided a spectacular backdrop to the archery competition as part of the London 2012 Olympic Games.


Fusion's Rob Fisher Joins Workhaus and Glasshaus for Coast to Coast Challenge

Team raises over £2,000 for Crohn's and Colitis UK

Fusion's Rob Fisher Joins Workhaus and Glasshaus for Coast to Coast Challenge

Director, Rob Fisher, recently joined colleagues from Workhaus and Glasshous to complete the grueling bike ride from St Bee's to Whitby, covering 180 miles in total over a 3 day journey, all in aid of Crohn's and Colitis UK.

Day 1 - 30 miles St Bee's to Keswick 

Day 2 - 80 miles Keswick to Grinton 

View Day 2 flyby

Day 3 - 70 miles Grinton to Whitby

View Day 3 flyby

The group are always looking for a new challenge, and this was no exception, not only because of the distance, but because of the terrain across the Lake District and the North Yorkshire Moors.  To top it all off, they more than doubled their fundraising target of £1,000 by achieving a grand total of £2,125 for the charity.

Well done guys, we all look forward to your next challenge!


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.