A Proposal For Clacton Property Developers for the development of Clacton creating an exhibition, learning, event, festival space with Paul McCartney’s 1972 Wings Tour Bus WNO 481 with its McCartney Stage as the centre-piece.
Paul McCartney’s 1972 Wings Tour Bus WNO 481 with The McCartney Stage has been brought home to Clacton for its restoration and been offered to Clacton Council as a tourist attraction that could attract tourists and students from all over the world.
An initial ‘fly a kite’ proposal has been sent to LIPA – Liverpool’s Institute Of Performing Arts founded by Paul McCartney for Paul McCartney’s 1972 Wings Tour Bus WNO 481 with its McCartney Stage to become a satellite of LIPA in Clacton, possibly called CIPA – Clacton Institute Of Performing Arts.
The proposal to LIPA can be seen here LIPA PROPOSAL
Copied in were: ACL Essex who have passed it on to ACL Clacton and Kai Aberdeen of The Princes Theatre, Clacton.
It could be a great incentive for local property developers to incorporate a performance arts college, learning facility along with an exhibition and event / festival space for the bus within one of their schemes.
The council could offer incentives to developers to create such a scheme for an area overlooking the sea at Clacton, near the Clacton Pier and Martello Tower Coach Park.
Could Lottery Heritage Funding be available for such an iconic heritage, cultural and artistic scheme?
Our Lottery Heritage Funding Consultant may be able to advise.
How amazing it could be for Paul McCartney’s 1972 Wings Tour Bus WNO 481 with its McCartney Stage to sprinkle some Beatles / Paul McCartney stardust on its home town of Clacton.