The National Trust in East Anglia has appointed a new public
affairs manager, Peter Battrick, to replace Paul Dickson, who left last
December to set up his own company, Isis Communcations. Most recently,
Battrick was a director of Quarry Bank House, a cotton industry museum
based in Wilmslow, Cheshire. Part of his job was to handle a pounds 1
million, Lottery-funded project celebrating the history of steam power.
Prior to that, he was regional affairs manager for the National Trust in
Kent and East Sussex.