The Trustees of the Museum are local people freely giving their time and skills, for this wonderful community asset.
The Town Council appoints up to four Trustees, not necessarily serving Councillors, and the Trustee body appoints the remainder. Trustees are also volunteers. It’s a hands-on role, but the primary responsibility is to manage the museum, setting standards of governance, its strategic direction and securing the funds to maintain solvency.
- Joanne Raywood
- Paul Drake
- Ian Bartlett
- Karen Brennan
We are Looking for Trustees!
Tewkesbury Museum wishes to strengthen its board of volunteer trustees. Do you have a few hours to spare every week, an interest in local history, and relevant skills or experience? If so, you may be able to help us!
Our trustees are responsible for delivering our aims and objectives, as set out in our Constitution, and for providing strategic leadership. All trustees attend 6-8 board meetings a year, chair meetings of a relevant committee (except the Chair of the Board), and carry out many of the Museum’s activities.