PUBLIC SECTOR: New public affairs head at National Trust

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.

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.



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