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About Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum

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Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum was founded in 2011 with members from Local Authority, University and independent museums, heritage attractions and sites throughout the county.

The Forum provides a friendly network of support, enabling members to share information, discuss current issues and take part in training.

Our Aims

  1. To promote, support, develop and represent the interests of Forum members within the county of Nottinghamshire
  2. To encourage continuation and improvement of liaison and support from statutory authorities
  3. To maintain a Forum network of contacts and to encourage co-operation amongst Forum members
  4. To promote the improvements in the standards of care and management of museums and heritage collections
  5. To promote access to collections and associated information for all inhabitants and visitors to the county of Nottinghamshire
  6. To assist in the identification of funding opportunities for the benefit of members

A copy of the Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum Constitution can be downloaded here: Nottinghamshire Heritage Forum Constitution

The Forum Interim Committee:

  • Rebecca Morris-Buck, Bennerley Viaduct (Interim Chair)
  • Elsa Rickett-Trueman, The National Holocaust Centre and Museum (Interim Vice Chair)
  • Louise Button-Lowth, Nottingham City Museums (Interim Treasurer)
  • Kate Crossley, Bennerley Viaduct (Interim Secretary)

Nominated Advisors/ Other:

  • Laura Simpson, Nottinghamshire County Council
  • Charlie Gregson / Rebekah Pickering-Wood / Katharina Massing, Nottingham Trent University

Our Supporters

The Forum has received invaluable support for its activities from the following organisations:

  • Arts Council England
  • Museum Development East Midlands
  • Nottinghamshire County Council
  • Nottingham City Council
  • Nottingham Trent University

With the help of our members and supporters, the Forum is working hard to promote the county’s history and heritage.