Marketing and Development Manager Appointed

Alice Brunt has been appointed as the Royal Porcelain Works’ Marketing and Development Manager, helping promote and develop the RPW into a major visitor attraction in the run-up to our opening weekend at the end of June and beyond. 

Alice has lived and worked in the City for most of her life.  She joins the Royal Porcelain Works from St Richard’s Hospice where she worked in the fundraising team, helping to raise the £8.4m worth of funds required annually to provide free care to patients living with life-limiting illnesses and their families across Worcestershire.  Alice also worked for several years in the Development Office of The King’s School Worcester. 

In her new role at the Royal Porcelain Works, Alice is working with on-site partners Worcester Live, The Nest, Worcester and the Museum of Royal Worcester, together with local creative organisations and attractions, to ensure that the venue will become a lively creative hub and regional destination.  

"I am absolutely delighted to have joined the Royal Porcelain Works team. I’m a Worcester girl with an arts and history background and I’ve grown up next to the Royal Porcelain Works site.  Its redevelopment is a wonderfully exciting opportunity for our county, and it’s a privilege to be part of its next chapter," Alice said. 

"We look forward to collaborating, supporting and working in tandem with the huge number of creative, talented people who call Worcestershire home, whilst providing a vibrant new district for Worcester, Worcestershire and beyond.”


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