Saturday, 8 December 2007

Support Firepower’s Brick By Brick Appeal

Firepower – The Royal Artillery Museum is offering you a fantastic opportunity to be part of the heritage at their famous site in Woolwich. Bricks have been laid in front of the sculpture of ‘No Mans Land’ (1919-1920) produced by Charles Sargeant Jagger. The spectacular piece is situated in the foyer of the museum occupying an area honoured by Her Majesty The Queen at the opening of Firepower in 2001 and you can sponsor one.

You can sponsor a brick by having your name or the name of a loved one engraved on a brick to celebrate a birthday, anniversary or in memory of a family member, friend or colleague. Your sponsorship will include an engraved brick, a certificate of sponsorship suitable for framing and one free entry to the museum.

There are two sizes on offer a single paver which is the size of a regular house brick has two lines of fifteen characters (spacing and punctuation count as a character) black lettering is £50 and gold lettering in £85 per brick. The second size on offer is a double paver and the size of two regular house bricks on which you can fit four lines of fifteen characters. Black lettering on this one is £95 and gold lettering is £165. All of these prices are inclusive of purchasing the brick, engraving, delivery and installation.

For information about getting a sponsored brick please contact Tracey Ridgwell at Firepower, The Royal Artillery Museum, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6ST. Alternatively you can email

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