The Stained Glass Museum is governed by a Board of specialist Trustees, who bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the Museum.
The Stained Glass Museum is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO) (Charity No. 1169842) and holds Full Accredited status with the Arts Council (574).
2018-19 Review (PDF)
2017-18 Review (PDF)
The Stained Glass Museum's full Annual Reports* and accounts from the last five years are available to download from the Charity Commission website, or below:
Stained Glass Museum (CIO) Annual Report 2019-20 (PDF)
Stained Glass Museum (CIO) Annual Report 2018-19 (PDF)
Stained Glass Museum (CIO) Annual Report 2017-18 (PDF)
Stained Glass Museum (CIO) Annual Report 2016-17 (PDF)
Stained Glass Museum Annual Report 2015-16 (PDF)
Stained Glass Museum Annual Report 2014-15 (PDF)
Stained Glass Museum Annual Report 2013-14 (PDF)
*The Stained Glass Museum Trust (274776) is the former governing body of The Stained Glass Museum. It was replaced by The Stained Glass Museum CIO (1169842) in November 2016.
The Stained Glass Museum collects, preserves, displays and interprets examples of our stained glass heritage to share with diverse audiences, inspire visitors, and deepen our understanding and enjoyment of the art of stained glass.
Our vision builds on the Museum’s success over the last 40 years and sets out our ambition to become a nationally designated collection, with a dynamic learning programme and high-quality visitor experience.
The Stained Glass Museum plays a unique role in providing a bridge between existing artistic, heritage and research organisations and the public, and in preserving and advocating for our stained glass heritage. These three fundamental aspects; engaging diverse audiences, collaborating with creative communities, researchers and partnering organisations in the sector, collectively form the foundations of our vision to be:
An accessible visitor attraction with a nationally recognised collection that provides learning experiences for all and actively promotes the preservation, study and appreciation of stained glass.
Board of Trustees
Sat, 04 Dec Festive Glass Fusing for Children: Level 1
Suitable for beginners, this workshop focuses on learning how to cut glass to create your own kiln-fired artwork.details...
Sat, 04 Dec Festive Family Fusing
An inter-generational introduction to glass fusing. You and your child will work side-by-side to each create your own unique pieces of kiln-fired art.details...
Thu, 16 Dec SG Mini Mornings - Festive Adventure
Storytelling and Craft Session aimed at Under 5details...