Media Centre

The Heath Robinson Museum management, Trustees and media team are well versed in media appearances and happy to be interviewed or provide information for print media, radio and TV.

We can email commentary, responses to questions and blog content for all types of article. We also have a range of photos and film clips chronicling the development and building of the museum and covering activities, workshops, events and Curator’s Talks that we have hosted.

We work closely with a number of other galleries and small museums on reciprocal promotions and are happy to discuss additional similar promotional opportunities.

To invite any member of the team for interview or if there any images from the collection that you would like to use to illustrate articles or features, please contact our Media Team and we will be pleased to help.

07876 228 254 or 020 8866 8420
pressoffice@heathrobinsonmuseum.org

Notes to Editors

The first purpose-built museum in Greater London for over 40 years, dedicated to showcasing the work of the world-renowned artist, illustrator, humorist and social commentator William Heath Robinson (1872-1944), opened in October 2016 in Pinner Memorial Park, north-west London.  Heath Robinson lived in Pinner from 1908-18, some of the most productive years of his life.
The Heath Robinson Museum is delivering:

  • A permanent home for the Heath Robinson collection of original artwork and other artefacts
  • The only museum dedicated to Heath Robinson, hosting the largest collection of his original works
  • In addition to the permanent exhibition chronicling Heath Robinson’s life and works, a rolling programme of special themed exhibitions
  • For schools, colleges and people of all ages, a comprehensive programme of formal and informal learning: thought-provoking and entertaining, reflecting the style of the man himself.   

The West House and Heath Robinson Museum Trust is a registered charity which restored West House in Pinner Memorial Park for community use. The Trust is a partnership between local Pinner people and the William Heath Robinson Trust, custodians of the artist’s work.
To develop the new Museum, Trustees received funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund of £1.3m and we extend our grateful and continuing thanks to National Lottery players. 

 

The Heath Robinson Museum management, Trustees and media team are well versed in media appearances and happy to be interviewed or provide information for print media, radio and TV.

We can email commentary, responses to questions and blog content for all types of article. We also have a range of photos and film clips chronicling the development and building of the museum and covering activities, workshops, events and Curator’s Talks that we have hosted.

We work closely with a number of other galleries and small museums on reciprocal promotions and are happy to discuss additional similar promotional opportunities.

To invite any member of the team for interview or if there any images from the collection that you would like to use to illustrate articles or features, please contact our Media Team and we will be pleased to help.

07876 228 254 or 020 8866 8420
pressoffice@heathrobinsonmuseum.org