Re-Form Heritage begins recruitment process for new Chief Executive

By Comms — 30/04/2021

Re-Form Heritage, the heritage and community regeneration charity which owns and manages Middleport Pottery, has today announced that they are recruiting for a new Chief Executive. This follows the announcement of the departure of current Chief Executive Clare Wood, who is leaving the charity to take over as Chief Executive and Artistic Director for the British Ceramics Biennial. Over recent years Re-Form Heritage has gone from strength to strength, with achievements including a high-profile campaign to seek to reinstate bell founding to the former Whitechapel Bell Foundry site, an outstanding visitor offer at Middleport Pottery, and a solid financial footing despite the restrictions of COVID19. A significant recent success story for the charity is the commencement of the Harper Street regeneration, a construction project which will see £2.6m invested into the transformation of the long-derelict Victorian terrace and a programme of activities delivered with the local community. Re-Form Heritage Chairman...

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