Winchester Science Centre supporters

Fundraising is an essential element in the running of Winchester Science Centre.

As an educational charity, the Science Centre seeks support each year to enable the charity to achieve its mission of advancing the education and understanding of science and technology, and more especially enthusing and engaging young people.


Present supporters include:


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Holmes Hines Memorial Fund



Previous supporters

A vote of thanks from the staff and Trustees goes to the following previous supporters (a number of whom paid for exhibits that are still within the main exhibition area):

A G Manly Charitable Trust
Alusett Ltd
B&Q Plc
Baldwins Crane Hire
Bernard Sunley Charitable Foundation
Blagrave Charitable Trust
British Telecom
Davis, Langdon and Everest
EEF South
Ernest Cook Trust
Esso Petroleum Co. Ltd
Exxon Chemicals Ltd
First Degree Fitness
Ford Motor Co.
Foyle Foundation
Garfield Weston Foundation
The Gatsby Charitable Trust
GlaxoWellcome Plc
Hampshire County Council
HMS Dolphin
HMS Sultan
IBM UK Laboratories
Kee-Klamp Ltd
Kirby Laing Foundation
Kvaerner Process UK Ltd
MacRobert Trust
Marks and Spencer
Mercers Charitable Foundation
Michael Shanly Charitable Trust
The Millennium Commission
Monsanto Plc
Mr & Mrs A Stannah
Portsmouth City Council
Portsmouth University
Pulse Fitness
Reuben Foundation
Roke Manor Research
Roger Brooke Charitable Trust
Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851
Science and Technology Facilities Council
Southampton City Council
Southern Water Plc
Speciality Software
Sperry Marine Ltd
Stannah Stairlifts
Stuart & Williams
Thales plc
University of Reading
VT Group plc
Wellcome Trust
Wheelers Travel
Winchester City Council


Leaving a legacy

A gift in your will can be a wonderful way to ensure that Winchester Science Centre can continue inspiring the next generation of scientists for many years to come. If you are considering leaving a legacy, please read the Science Centre’s legacy information leaflet, or contact Jane Chuhan on 01962 891935.