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The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust are an independent charity caring for the world’s greatest Shakespeare heritage sites in Stratford-upon-Avon, promoting the enjoyment and understanding of Shakespeare’s works, life and times around the world. Formed in 1847, the trust was created when Shakespeare’s birthplace was purchased as a national memorial.
Visitors from all around the world come to tour the properties, learning more about the writer and his family. The trust’s aim is to ensure that Shakespeare is recognised as one of the nation’s greatest assets.
They run many community initiatives, including collaborations with local high schools, working with food banks and running a care farming programme that gives access to the working Tudor farm at one of the Trust’s properties. Employees benefit from a flexible benefits scheme that allows employees to use their salary to purchase additional benefits, as well as providing monetary rewards for those who go above and beyond expectations.
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