Governance

The Dacorum Heritage Trust is both a Charitable Trust (Charity Number: 1026161) and a company limited by guarantee. In practice its governing body is called the Board and its members are called Directors, though being a Trust its members are also known as Trustees. Board meetings are held every two months.

The memorandum and Articles of Association of The Dacorum Heritage Trust Limited, drawn up for its incorporation on 8th September 1993, stipulated that the number of Directors should be not less than five nor more than twenty, although in practice it usually has around ten or twelve.

Directors are nominated and elected primarily for their skills.  They are elected to serve for three years in rotation.

The function of the Board is to plan, control, monitor and maintain for the long term good, the aims and aspirations of the company. As a Strategic Partner, it is also responsible for providing heritage services to Dacorum Borough Council by storing, cataloguing, interpreting and displaying historic artefacts of the constituent societies in particular and the wider community in general.

For further information relating to its charitable status, please visit the site below:

Board of Trustees

Roger Hands
Chairman

Stephen Gill (Vice Chair)
Special responsibility for facilities

Anne Anderson
Special responsibility for education and public engagement

Janet Sparks
Special responsibility for staff and volunteer liaison

Sally Wagon
Special responsibility for H&S

Fiona Page
Special responsibility for finance

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The Dacorum Heritage Trust is passionate about the history, culture and heritage of the Dacorum area. If you share this passion and would like to find out more about joining the Board of DHT, we would love to hear from you.

The Dacorum Heritage Trust Ltd.

The Museum Store, Clarence Road, Berkhamsted, Herts HP4 3YL

Telephone/Fax 01442 879525   Email info@dacorumheritage.org.uk

Registered in England No. 2851313 | Registered Charity No. 1026161 | Accredited Museum No. 1594 | Status: Fully accredited museum.