Meet the Team
Below you will find the contact details for every member of the Trowbridge Museum team. We look forward to hearing from you and welcoming you to the museum.
Get in touch
Please contact us for general enquiries below.
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: Trowbridge was granted one of the earliest Market Charters in England (1200!), which enabled the town to flourish.
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: Fore street echoes the line of the castle ditch and the name Fore reflects the medieval houses that fronted onto this old street – history is there for all to see if you know what you are looking at!
Learning & Outreach Officer
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: That there is a (fabulous) museum inside a shopping centre, housed inside the last woollen cloth mill to close in the town!
Museum Retail & Income Generation Officer
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: Trowbridge spinners & weavers were so angry about machines taking their jobs that they staged violent riots… However often the riots were in other towns, to save the disruption to Trowbridge!
Collections & Exhibitions Officer
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: The town Ratbridge in the film ‘Boxtrolls’ was inspired by buildings in Trowbridge! The film is based on the book ‘Here be Monsters’ by Alan Snow – he moved to Trowbridge when he was 12.
Learning & Outreach Assistant Officer
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: We don’t have an exact date for Trowbridge Castle being built but the first official records of it it were in 1139 when it was under siege!
Favourite Trowbridge Fact: West of England cloth produced here in Trowbridge, was exported to over 70 countries around the world. At home clients included Savile Row Tailors, M&S, Jaegar and Burberry and trendy London designers such as Mary Quant.