London Transport Museum funding appeal

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The London Transport Museum is appealing for funds to help secure its future after having lost more than £1.5 million in revenue since having to close in March.


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The Covent Garden attraction has now reopened its doors but, said Director Simon Mullins, still faces major challenges. An initial fundraising appeal launched a month ago has raised £30,000 but it says more will still be needed: “We know that the museum brings so much joy to so many people and we still need your support,” added Sam. “Your generosity will help us to continue sharing stories of London’s transport, taking our historic vehicles out on the Capital’s railways and roads, and delivering vital skills and employability programmes for young Londoners.”

The London Transport Museum has appealed for funds to help secure its future. LTM