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twam

(TWitter spAM) Too many ads or links to suspicious sites on a Twitter message. See Twitterese.
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bar] Andrew Bowdler TWAM Regional Development Manager for Wales
This funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, along with the other grants and donations we have secured, will enable Newcastle University and TWAM to ensure the Hatton continues to be a vibrant and exciting gallery long into the future.
On the shipyard front, TWAM was only able to catalogue the records of Tyneside's Swan Hunter yard in 2008-2009 and the Sunderland shipyards in 2011-2012 because of grants from the National Archives Cataloguing Grants Programme.
It is likely that he worked closely with photographers on their visits to the bridge, suggesting many of the view points and organising assistance to get the cameras and tripods in place," said John Clayson, keeper of science and industry at TWAM.
TWAM, comprising 12 venues across Tyne and Wear, including the Discovery Museum, will use the funding to strengthen its community ties, support festivals like the annual Late Shows, and for projects with children and young people.
As a Trustee for the TWAM Development Trust, Ammar will help to shape and support fundraising initiatives in order to deliver TWAM's long-term goal of building a worldclass archive and museum service that makes a difference to people's lives.
TWAM is seeking pounds 410,000 from the HLF towards the pounds 550,000 project.
Iain Watson, TWAM director, said: "2013/14 was a year of two halves for TWAM.
It joins a similar visitors' book which TWAM owns from the neighbouring Swan Hunter shipyard at Wallsend.
It is a valuable collection but it is our policy not to comment on the value of individual paintings," said TWAM director Iain Watson.
This thrilling discovery has prompted TWAM to help Newcastle staff trace their own heritage by offering them the exclusive opportunity to sift through various documents and files held at the Museum.