The Illustrious Superior Council of Processions of Totana informs of the signature of the "RESOLUTION OF CONCESSION OF HELP" of â‚¬ 24,000 by the Local Action Group CAMPODER, dependent body of the Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of the Region of Murcia.
This signature was made last Wednesday, October 10, by the President of the Cabildo, Mr. José Ramón Peñalver Solano, at the Headquarters of CAMPODER, together with the Manager of the same Mr. Miguel Buendía.
Approximately a year ago, within the City Council's Directive, the idea of â€‹â€‹relaunching the project for the creation of a Museum for Holy Week in Totana began to be valued.
Exposed the same to the Assembly of Presidents of this Town hall it was agreed to request the grant granted and to give form to the project, according to remember from the Town hall in an official notice.
This idea is not a novelty, several years have been shuffled several possibilities or location options, but given the complexity of the project and the lack of adequate space for it, it was postponed over the years, they add.
"As a result of the inauguration of the Church Tower Museum in 2016, we came up with the idea of â€‹â€‹locating our Museum in the own Headquarters of the Illustrious Superior Council of Processions, where we will have a space of approximately 160 m2 of exhibition space. It will be divided into a reception where the visitor will be shown a representative video of our Holy Week, an access to the exhibition room where there will be panels, figures and various elements of the Brotherhoods and Brotherhoods, and at the end in a room that is currently a file will be destined to expose some of the images that currently procession, with the Brotherhood or Brotherhood that that year is protagonist of the poster of Holy Week ".
The project has a global budget of 100,310'92.- â‚¬.
which will be financed with the funds subsidized by the CAMPODER program, contribution of own funds of the Illustrious Cabildo Superior de Procesiones, subsidy by the Ministry of Culture (currently in negotiation), private contributions, and by the City of Totana.