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Terrorism cited as one reason museum footfall is down

20th October 2016 18:01

Terrorism cited as one reason museum footfall is down: According to the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (Alva), one reason why the footfall is down in English national museums and galleries could be to do with the current terrorism threat. The… Read more...


Survey finds entry fees do not impact museum visitor diversity

15th September 2016 11:56

Survey finds entry fees do not impact museum visitor diversity: According to research conducted by the Association of Independent Museums (AIM), adopting an admissions fee does not impact the diversity of museum visitors, although, it can result in the total… Read more...


The decline in Christianity is slowing down, survey finds

10th August 2016 10:59

The decline in Christianity is slowing down, survey finds: A recent survey has revealed that the decrease in British people who define themselves as Christians may be slowing down. The survey findings revealed that the total percentage of British people who… Read more...


4 in 10 Brits do not know when the Battle of the Somme happened

1st July 2016 12:15

4 in 10 Brits do not know when the Battle of the Somme happened: A recent survey to mark the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Somme has revealed that more than 4 in 10 (40 per cent) of British people do not know which conflict the World War 1 battle… Read more...


Recent survey reveals an increasing number of people are turning away from religion

30th June 2016 10:56

New survey data has shown that individuals following the Christian faith are readily being outnumbered by those supporting non-religious beliefs with England and Wales being the lowest in numbers.  Northern Ireland was found to be the most religious… Read more...


Survey finds visitors of museums and galleries are not from diverse backgrounds

7th June 2016 11:57

Recent market research from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has revealed that nearly 75 per cent of repeat visitors to museums and galleries in England are from the highest of the socio-economic groups. The researchers questioned the visitors… Read more...


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