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Trustee (until 2014) Trevor Mottershaw (right) with members of the Restoration Phase 1 project team

photo Aidan O'Rourke


Victoria Baths Trust

The Manchester Victoria Baths Trust was set up by local residents to pursue the aim of re-opening the Baths. The Trust is a registered charity (number 1026351) and a company limited by guarantee (number 2841292).


Could you make a splash?

We're looking for new trustees to help us on our restoration journey.

The Trust has managed 'Manchester’s Water Palace' on behalf of Manchester City Council since 2000.

We’re particularly looking for someone with a background in HR.

The Trust is made up of trustees, staff and volunteers who work together to deliver the vision for the Baths…“To establish Victoria Baths as a vibrant, international, heritage visitor attraction.”

We’re well on our way.

Over 30,000 people visit the baths each year, enjoying an eclectic programme of events. From yoga festivals to art battles, festive fairs to beer conventions - this unique space has something for everyone.

Fancy finding out a bit more?

Send your CV and covering letter to jill.earnshaw@victoriabaths.org.uk

 

Trustees

Bernard Priest - Chair

Martin Gaw - Vice Chair

Jill Earnshaw

Janet Slade
Barry Johnson

Juliette Bradbury

Amy Lewis

Alexander Roy

Malcolm Knight

Nigel Goulden

Matthew Holden

Louise Huntington

Suzanne Donovan

 

 

Staff
Gill Wright -  Project Development Manager
Elizabeth Sibbering - Operations Manager

Roxy Stafford - Operations Coordinator

Janice Drake - Finance Manager

Kat Mullhall - Events Manager

Rebecca Vafeas - Events Coordinator

Chris Lee - Events Coordinator

Gwyneth Brock - Fundraising Coordinator

Ariane Dean - Office Coordinator

Tony Allen - Maintenance Officer

Simon Parkin - Building Assistant

 

The Trust is a member of Marketing Manchester, Heritage Trust Network, Historic Pools of Britain and Locality

 

 
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