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Firing display NMRN Hartlepool

I’m delighted to announce that I have a wonderful new client.  The Royal Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool – home of HMS Trincomalee – has engaged Kate Slater PR as a PR consultant. This is a welcome addition to my existing tourism and visitor attraction clients – and means I can offer a greater range of North East and Yorkshire-based travel/leisure/tourism stories to the national and regional journalists who frequently contact me.

I’m thrilled to be a member of the NMRN Hartlepool team and there’s already been significant media coverage for this fantastic visitor attraction since I began work in early June 2019.

HMS Trincomalee, at 200 years old, is the oldest war ship still afloat and forms the magnificent centrepiece of the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool. The wider site comprises the recreated shops and other attractions around the former Hartlepool Historic Quay.

RML 497, a Second World War Rescue Motor Launch, is a recent addition to the collection at NMRN Hartlepool, and will be on permanent display here following restoration.

NMRN Hartlepool is part of the wider National Museum of the Royal Navy whose sites welcome over 1.2 million visits a year.

The National Museum of the Royal Navy (Hartlepool) is a registered charity (No 1126283). The funds it raises enable it to carry out engaging projects which bring naval heritage to life for local people, encourage visitors to the town and positively impact the local communities.

For more information about NMRN Hartlepool visit here

Cannons aboard HMS Trincomalee reduced