DIRECTOR: Libby Buckley
ADMINISTRATOR: Margaret Parma
PRODUCTION TEAM: Roelof Uys (Lead Potter), Kat Wheeler, Britta Wengeler, Callum Trudgeon, Laurence Eastwood, Matthew Foster & Annabelle Smith
HONORARY POTTER: John Bedding
LEARNING & PARTICIPATION OFFICERS: Amanda Brier, Jackie Clark and Fleur Winter
COMMERCIAL MANAGER: Mark Williams
PR & EXHIBITIONS: Dr Matthew Tyas
SITE OPS: Richard James
DUTY MANAGER: Joanna Wason
COMMERCIAL ASSISTANT: Sarah White
VISITOR SERVICES: Madeleine Kempson
- Chair: Simon Olding
- Vice Chair: Dave Griffin
- Jane Sutherland
- Mike Kilby
- Keiran Mahon
- Zara Devereux
- Gary Topp
- Sam Bassett
We are part of the thriving Creative Industries sector in Cornwall. Below is a short film about Creative Industries in Cornwall made by the Creative Industries Federation and Cornwall Museums Partnership.
The Leach Pottery is managed by the Bernard Leach (St Ives) Trust Limited.
The stated objectives of the Trust are:
To advance the education of the public in Cornwall and elsewhere in the life and work of Bernard Leach, his influence on the development of the ceramic arts and in particular studio pottery and to preserve and maintain his former house and work place at Higher Stennack, St Ives to house and display examples of his work and those of others whose work in the Trustees’ opinion may appropriately be displayed with the works of Bernard Leach and to train people inthe art, craft and manufacture of pottery and related skills and increase the appreciation of the public in the ceramic arts.
Registered charity no. 1111263.
Company limited by guarantee no. 05372378.
The Leach Studio is operated by the Bernard Leach Enterprises Ltd. (Company registration 05965856), a wholly owned subsidiary company of the Bernard Leach (St Ives) Trust Ltd. Profits from the activities of the Enterprises are covenanted to the Trust to support our charitable activities.
Strategies, Policies & Plan
We have been doing some Strategy and Vision work to develop a really clear idea of why we are here and how best to develop. This has been supported by the Cornwall Museums Partnership.