Ancient House Visits India

Creating the Duleep Singh gallery

Norfolk Museums Development Foundation

Norfolk Museums Development Foundation
Registered Charity No. 1158727

The Norfolk Museums Development Foundation was established in 2014 to
help Norfolk Museums Service secure a diverse and sustainable funding base
for the future. The Foundation is a company limited by guarantee and a
registered charity.

The Charity’s objects are:

The advancement of education for the public benefit, in particular but not
exclusively in the subjects of the arts, history and science by working in
conjunction with Norfolk Museums Service and other partner
organisations to deliver projects and activities in furtherance of the

The Foundation will seek to fundraise for the Service against an agreed
annual fundraising strategy in the following areas: Grant making trusts and
foundations, corporate sponsorship and donations, individual giving, and by
enabling the Service to claim Gift Aid on Museum Pass admissions and

The Board of Trustees are:

Donna Chessum Deputy Managing Director, Tribe PR

Brian Horner Chief Executive, Voluntary Norfolk

Anthony Hudson Director, Hudson Architects

Natasha Hutcheson Cultural Heritage Consultant

Mark Jeffries Senior Partner, Mills & Reeve

David Missen Partner, Larking Gowen

Sarah Steed Business Director, Norwich University of the Arts

Tim Sweeting CEO, YMCA Norfolk

John Ward County Councillor, Chair of Norfolk Joint Museums Committee

Margaret Wilkinson County Councillor, Vice Chair of Communities Committee

Caroline Williams CEO, Norfolk Chamber of Commerce

Helen Wilson Chair, New Anglia Cultural Board

For further information contact:

Jo Warr
Head of Development, Norfolk Museums Service
01603 493665


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