Peterloo 2019 Digital Assets (website & app) Brief
Manchester Histories is a growing and dynamic charity that works
collaboratively with people, communities and partners from across
Greater Manchester to reveal, share and celebrate histories and
heritage. Our works transforms lives through histories and heritage.
We are seeking to appoint a creative agency to develop and deliver the
digital assets for the Peterloo 2019 project funded by Heritage Lottery
Fund and partners.
Manchester Histories is looking for a creative agency with a strong
reputation and a proven track record with a solid social ethos to work
alongside our partners, stakeholders and team during the development and
delivery phases of the Peterloo 2019 project.
The contract is initially for a 6 month period, with the opportunity to
continue if the 2nd phase HLF delivery application is successful.
2019 marks the 200th anniversary of the Peterloo Massacre. Peterloo
is widely acknowledged as a significant event in the history of public
protest, the struggle for democracy and the fight against political
Peterloo 2019 is centred around activating the themes of protest,
democracy and freedom of speech to audiences at regional, national and
Thanks to money raised by National Lottery Players,
Manchester Histories and People's History Museum will work in
partnership with Manchester City Council, Historic England, University
of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, as well as a host of
other cultural partners and individuals across Greater Manchester.
project will commemorated one of the most important episodes in British
political history, and in the history of Greater Manchester itself.
As we have secured public funding to develop the
project, it is essential that we go through a tender process with the following
• Submission of tender &
case studies explaining how
you would work with MH to identify the correct digital tools by Monday 20th November, 12 noon.
• Presentations on Friday 24th November 2017
• Decision confirmed by Monday 27th November
• We expect to make a decision based on the
initial presentations given; if we are unable to, we will ask for further
clarification in the week following your presentation.
Please send completed applications to:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com if any problems with main email.
Shannon, Manchester Histories, Room 3.17 Mansfield Cooper Building,
University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL
Download job description / spec here - PDF
Thank you for your interest in the commission and we look forward to receiving your application.