About us

 

Lymm HIC management team has nine members as well as many more supporters. The individuals have a broad range of skills with expertise and experience in grant application, archiving and research, and education.

Do contact us if you would like to get invovlved.

Management Team

Chair /Exhibitions/Marketing         Alan Williams       TRUSTEE

Minutes Secretary                            Sue Haddock 

Treasurer                                         Patrick Knowles    TRUSTEE

Archive/ Collection Management  Glynis Allen           TRUSTEE

Fundraising                                     Mark Linnell          TRUSTEE 

Local History / Photographer        Alan Taylor     

Volunteer Management                  Mark Linnell

Education                                        Malcolm Young

Parish council Rep've                    Geoff Hawley

C'tee member                                 Patricia Cockayne 

Other Key Roles

Research and Exhibit Devt               Roger Hannam

Archive/ Technical                          Carol Sparkes 

Exhibit Design and Layout             Colin & Janet Grimes 

In all we have over 50 registered volunteers, many of whom act as room stewards, but always welcome fresh support.

We are members of the Association of Independent Museums. 

 

We are constituted as a Charitable Incorporated Organisation

You can read and download our Constitution here.. It conforms fully to the Charity Commission's recommendations for organisations of this type. 

 

Our registered Charity number is 1164961

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Management committee as it was in the early days before we had a Centre to meet in. 

 Back Row L to R Malcolm Young, Geoff Hawley, Scott Smith, Su Williams, Ray Banton, Alan Taylor. 

Front row L to R Sarah Shepherd, Trish Cockayne, Alan Williams, Patrick Knowles, Glynis Allen

We are grateful for the support of Heritage Fund and the players of the National Lottery. Their financial support of £88K has been key in enabling us to fulfil our vision to create a Heritage Centre, to provide a programme of local history education for local schools and develop LyDiA- The Lymm Digital Archive. 

THE HLF support project ran from March 2017 to January 31st 2021., extended in part because of issues caused by Coronavirus. At the end of the project we submitted an Evaluation Report to the Heritage Fund in which we were encouraged to record our achievements but also identify areas where more could still be done to achieve the best possible results. 

You can download that complete report here. Do have a read  and see if you wolud like to get involved in our ongoing project. 

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