Supporters & Partners
Imperial War Museum
Thanks go to the Imperial War Museum North who have provided the Cheshire East Reflects education programme with an object handling box containing First World War artefacts .
Crewe Town Council
We are grateful to Crewe Town Council who have provided grants towards education and community activities in Crewe as part of the Cheshire East Reflects programme 2017 and 2018.
Big Lottery Fund
Big Lottery Fund has generously funded the community participation strand of the Cheshire East Reflects programme 2018.
Cheshire Archives and Local Studies
The Cheshire Archives and Local Studies service has been a great support to the Cheshire East Reflects programme by enabling access to their materials for researchers, schools and the public.
Tatton Park is the site of the Cheshire East Reflects commemorative flame, lit in 2014. They have hosted events and education activities throughout the programme. We are delighted that they will host a picnic concert in August 2018 and When the Light Goes Out in November 2018 to mark the end of the centenary.
Royal British Legion
We are proud to partner with the Royal British Legion on their ‘Thank You’ campaign, commemorating all those who served, sacrificed, and changed our world during the First World War.
Cheshire Rural Touring Arts
Thanks to the team at CRTA, who have arranged and co-funded some of the performances for the Cheshire East Reflects Family Concert and When the Light Goes Out wider programming