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Help Build Our Future

We’re building a brand new visitor centre and need your help to raise £100,000. This ambitious £4million capital project, due for completion in summer 2018, will improve your experience of the Park with a new restaurant, gallery space and shop. 

Donate £100+ now and receive a VIP invite to the official opening of the new centre.

Designed by London-based architects Feilden Fowles, our new centre will enhance visitor experience and security at the southern entrance to the Park and contribute to YSP’s long-term financial sustainability. The environmentally friendly building has been designed to make minimum impact on the site and, in common with previous YSP developments, to fit sympathetically with the historic landscape. It will comprise a 140m2 restaurant, 125m2 gallery space, an 80m2 public foyer and a 50m2 shop. 
A world-class gallery space will give visitors greater access to some of the most prominent art of the 20th and 21st centuries through a changing programme of temporary exhibitions, opening with an exhibition by Indian artists Thukral and Tagra. The centre will also increase physical, intellectual and emotional access to the landscape, ecology and heritage of the historic 500-acre Bretton Estate, as well as the sculpture presented elsewhere in the Park. 
The new restaurant will continue to offer high quality service while a new shop will extend YSP's successful retail operation, providing opportunities for both artists and designers. The centre will also incorporate a pioneering low energy environmental control system to maintain favourable conditions in the gallery.

YSP is here for you, your family, for everyone and as a registered charity we depend upon your support.

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