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The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) is one of eight partners involved in a 3 year EU Northern Periphery Programme project entitled ÉCONOMUSÉE Craft Reach.  This project combines culture, craft and tourism to create an economy platform for craft artisans practising traditional techniques, which in turn helps traditional crafts survive, promote new job opportunities as well as encouraging tourism in rural areas.

CCGHT are currently working with Hillstown Brewery in Ahoghill to transform the workshop into an Économusée.  This will see the workshop transformed into a visitor attraction where tourists can watch the craft beer making process and learn about the traditional craft of beer making. The project aims to create new viable employment opportunities for local enterprises based in rural communities, by drawing on local cultural heritage.


Specification for Hillstown Brewery Économusée

Design, production, printing and installation of interpretation panels and design, production and delivery (to Hillstown Brewery) of 3000 Économusée leaflets- see specification Hillstown Brewery interpretation Specification for further information.


Panels will be placed outside and within farm buildings therefore must be treated to ensure they are wipeable and will not rust or discolour in damp conditions. All signs must be movable to ensure the brewery can remove when sanitising the working area.

  • All panels must comprise of full colour inkjet graphics.
  • Maps will be provided for panel 2 and leaflet but will require minor amendments/adjustments.
  • Interpretation installation required.
  • It may be necessary that 4-6 images are sought by the designer for use on the panels/ leaflet.
  • Text & Images provided by CCGHT & Hillstown Brewery
  • CCGHT & Hillstown Brewery will require email drafts of panels and leaflet prior to signing off so that minor changes can be made if required.


Applicants must also submit similar examples of work to demonstrate experience and ability along with two referees.    All quotations must be returned by 12 noon Tuesday 14th March 2017 via email tierna@ccght.org or post to Tierna Mullan Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust 27 Main Street Armoy, Ballymoney BT53 8SL


It is the responsibility of the applicant to follow up with the Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust to ensure receipt of tender.


Deadline for installation of interpretation and leaflets: Wednesday 17th May 2017

A clear breakdown of costs as per this specification is required. (See table below).

Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust is not bound to accept either the lowest or any of the tenders received.

Please note the Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust are a registered charity and may be exempt from VAT.


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