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Re-Form Heritage appoints new Chief Executive

Re-Form Heritage, the heritage and community regeneration charity which owns and manages Middleport Pottery, is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Alasdair Brooks as its new Chief Executive. He replaces Clare Wood who has taken over as Chief Executive and Artistic Director for the British Ceramics Biennial. With a DPhil in Archaeology and an education that took him from Reykavik to Maryland USA, Alasdair brings an international perspective to Re-Form Heritage. Alasdair’s career has spanned senior roles as varied as Artefacts Coordinator with Hill International at the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo and Heritage Manager for the British Red Cross. He has also worked in a range of roles in his native UK, Australia, South America, and the Persian Gulf. Alasdair brings expertise in ceramics to Middleport Pottery, with his main professional interest being 19th-century British ceramics in international context, with a core interest in transfer-printed ceramics. Stephen Musgrave,…

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