We aim to educate, inform and inspire our visitors with the stories of Grantham and the surrounding area. Bringing our collective heritage to life through physical and digital exhibitions and experiences, Grantham Museum is for and by the people of Grantham.
Who we are:
In early 2011 the Grantham Community Heritage Association (GCHA) was formed by a group of local volunteers to manage Grantham Museum after it was closed.
The GCHA worked towards towards re-opening the Museum in time to celebrate the Queen’s Jubilee, and the Museum has been open ever since. To continue this, the GCHA is establishing contact with local educational establishments, charities, business and community groups to share innovative ideas on the future of the Museum.
If you can spare the time and energy, please contact the Grantham Community Heritage Association using this website or by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Board of Trustees
GCHA is managed by a Board of Trustees elected at it’s Annual General Meeting. The board for 2019/2020 is:
David Burling – Chair – Resigned
Malcolm Robbins – Interim Chair
Cllr. Graham Jeal