"Claire delivered an excellent workshop aimed at librarians, archivists and those in related professions during which we learned more about the process of applying for Heritage Lottery Funding, and, crucially, how to understand our current audiences and work out how we can grow and develop them in future. The workshop was interactive with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and clarify our ideas on future projects, and a large amount of information was covered in a manageable way. I would highly recommend Claire as a trainer in this area."
Sian Prosser, Association of Pall Mall Libraries
“Claire Adler successfully guided through our HLF application securing a grant of £1.2m to enable the development of the new Huguenot Museum. She worked brilliantly with our trustees, key stakeholders and the local community to research, plan and develop the museum’s founding principles, aims and objectives.
I would highly recommend working with her within the museum, heritage and learning sector.”
Hannah Kay, Director, Huguenot Museum
"Claire Adler has a wealth of experience in the heritage learning sector, embracing community and audience development, formal education and informal learning. Her sound judgement and professionalism produces excellent results every time. I can strongly recommend her to organisations that need expertise and strength at the helm to help steer them through the most challenging of projects."
Anna Salaman, Heritage Learning Consultant and former Director of First Focus Creative Consulting Ltd
“Claire's deep knowledge of engaging diverse audiences has been of great value to the team, she works well with colleagues and has delivered great results.”
Dimitrios Tourountsis, Mapping the Change Project Manager
“Claire worked on a two-part project - consulting with and reporting on young people's views re sustainability and museums and subsequently producing a toolkit for consulting with young people. She has a thoughtful, creative and methodical approach and produced excellent work at a reasonable cost.”
Sharon Bristow, Renaissance South East