The Lowry’s popular creative space for children and families, The Lookout, has been renamed after local businesswoman and philanthropist, Carole Nash.
Located alongside The Lowry Galleries, which welcome more than 100,000 people every year, The Lookout plays a central role in The Lowry’s engagement work with some of the hardest to reach young people and their families in Salford.
Commenting on the renaming, Julia Fawcett OBE, chief executive of The Lowry, said: “The Lookout is an amazing resource for The Lowry and is popular with families, children and school groups. It also forms part of our offer to community groups that we work with throughout the year – be they using the space to get creative, be inspired or simply relax.
“I want to thank Carole for her continued support of The Lowry and I’m pleased we’re able to pay tribute to that support in one of the most popular facilities in the building.”