We’re looking for a treasurer

We’re looking for a new volunteer treasurer for Heritage Network Norfolk – would you be interested or do you know anyone else who may be? At the moment the role involves keeping an eye on our finances, updating the board at meetings, and preparing end of...

Accreditation Guidance for Museums

The updated guidance document to support applications and returns using the 2018 Accreditation Standard is now available to downnload from the Arts Council website. SHARE will be circulating a more detailed summary of the changes and upcoming events and support for...

Spring 2019 networking meeting

Managing and Planning your Museums Finances 10am – 3.30pm, 14 May, Gressenhall Effective financial leadership and management is vital for the health and success of your organisation, and all leaders (not just treasurers) share that responsibility. Even if...

SHARE Conference

Monday 19 November, Firstsite Gallery in Colchester The theme of this year’s SHARE conference is diversity – of audiences, collections, workforce, or operations. How can you make your museum more accessible and appealing to a wider range of people, and in...

Autumn Network meeting and AGM

Our annual AGM and autumn network meeting is on Thursday 22 November, 10am to 3.30pm, at no. 47 St Giles, Norwich – which is home to our newest member the Norfolk Museum of Freemasonry. In the morning we have a session with Sarah Brown, Outreach Officer for the...
Sheringham Museum seeks new Manager

Sheringham Museum seeks new Manager

Sheringham Museum, located immediately on the seafront of the North Norfolk town, is an inspiring place to work. It has a unique collection of historic Lifeboats, Fishing Boats, Artworks and Social History items in its care. They recently completed a £1.2 Million...
Straw Museum no longer open

Straw Museum no longer open

We’re very sorry to hear that Ella Carstairs who ran the Straw Museum died in June. The museum is now closed and we have removed it from our website. Ella, who was in her eighties, was a fascinating woman and the existence of the museum was very much down to her...