A black plastic piggy bank with the Museum of East Anglian Life logo on the side. A note explains that the pig is called Liz and it is raising money for the museum

Creating a Heritage Farm at the Museum of East Anglian Life

David has been working with the Museum of East Anglian Life since 2016. During this time he has been working with staff across the museum to support them in securing funding from individuals and trusts.

Most recently, David has been working with the team to develop plans for a large-scale capital campaign to develop the Heritage Farm at MEAL. This will include the reintroduction of rare breeds of farm animals native to Suffolk, including the Black Pig. As part of the campaign, MEAL have launched an individual giving scheme where visitors can buy or rent a Black Pig piggy bank to help raise money for the campaign. You can read more about the Heritage Farm campaign here. 

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