News of a new post being created at the Haynes International Motor Museum at Sparkford:
“An exciting opportunity has arisen at the Haynes International Motor Museum for a Head of Collections and Interpretation to join the Senior Executive Team. The successful candidate will manage the Collections Department and lead the delivery of an ambitious and forward thinking strategy. The role’s responsibilities cover the full spectrum of collections focused activity including the day-to-day management of the collection, collections documentation, conservation, the delivery of education programmes and both temporary and longer term exhibitions & displays. The adoption of sector best practice will be at the heart of this work in preparation for an eventual Accreditation application.”
Further information about the vacancy can be found at: https://www.haynesmotormuseum.com/jobs/head-collections-and-interpretation
As part of a collections review Coventry Transport Museum have identified reserve items that could be offered to other museums on loan. Potential borrowers need to be aware that the item must go on public display and loans must be for a minimum period of 2 years up to maximum of 5 years.
The vehicles available include: Austin, Daimler, Hillman, Humber, Jaguar Morris, Riley Rover and Triumph cars and commercial vehicles.
For a full list and further details on specific vehicles (as condition does vary from vehicle to vehicle) please contact: Elisabeth Chard-Cooper, Coventry Transport Museum, 02476234282 or email: email@example.com
A day symposium focusing on the British car past, present and future is being held at the British Motor Museum at Gaydon in Warwickshire on 24th September 2016. The event will include presentations from an expert panel and is chaired by the Curator of the British Motor Museum Stephen Laing.
Topics include: • Car manufacture in Britain • The motor car as a design icon • Journalism and promotion of cars • A snapshot of Britain’s motor industry • The evolution of the historic vehicle movement • The motor car in its social context
ADVANCE PRICES Adult: £25 Concessions: £20 Under 16’s: £18
More details and tickets are available from: