The National Trust by Tiffany Hunt.
Wed 6th April 2016 at 12.00 - 14.15
What do you know about the National Trust? Well, Tiffany knows quite a lot. This is an open meeting so members can bring as many guests as they can but.....YOU MUST LET SUE KNOW. YOU MUST NOT JUST TURN UP ON THE DAY.
Tiffany Hunt has spent the greater part of
her working life in the voluntary and charitable sector. She is currently
involved in supporting and promoting the North West region’s natural and
cultural heritage as Chair of the HLF NW Committee; Secretary of the Cumbria
County History Trust; a member of the Regional Heritage Centre Advisory Board,
Lancaster University; Trustee of Cartmel Village Society and member of the
Cartmel Priory PCC and Development Group. She is also a member of York Minster
Council, an Associate of the Museums Association, a Fellow of the RSA and a
Leeds Graduate of Common Purpose.
From 2002-10 she was Director for the National Trust in the North West, a role in which she held overall responsibility for the National Trust’s regional activities and helped look after some of the NW’s finest countryside, coastline and historic buildings. After an early career as a museum curator, Tiffany worked for the National Trust for 28 years in various capacities in Yorkshire, London, Northumberland and the North West.
Tiffany was awarded the MBE for Services to Heritage in the North West in the 2015 New Year’s Honours.