Court Barn is a project of the Guild of Handicraft Trust.
The Trust is governed by a dedicated, experienced and voluntary Board of Trustees. The trustees are responsible for policy, financial accountability and the overall management of the Museum
Ashbee family member; Emeritus Professor of History of Art, Birkbeck University of London
Founder Trustee and Chairman of the Guild of Handicraft Trust (1990-2001), author and historian
An historian, writer, art critic and an award-winning broadcaster. Was Chairman of Arts Council England and a Trustee of the V&A
Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, grandson of Guild member George Hart
Architect , former Chairman of Gordon Russell Ltd.
Chartered Surveyor, Commercial Property Developer
After a career in banking led a national network providing advice, mentoring and support to small businesses
Retired Assay Master, Birmingham Assay Office. Previously Mayor and Chairman Chipping Campden Town Council.
Design writer, historian, critic, and publishing consultant. Curated various exhibitions and lectured internationally
Formerly Visiting Tutor in Textile Design, Birmingham City University
Formerly museum curator at Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, writer and lecturer on the Arts & Crafts movement
Founder Trustee. Formerly teacher of Handicraft, trained at Shoreditch Teacher Training College
Former Treasurer, Chartered Accountant