The Bow Trust

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The Bow Trust (Durham) Limited
is a registered charity (number 513865). The Trust was established in 1975 to maintain the redundant church of St Mary-Le-Bow in Durham City as a centre for exhibitions and activities related to the history and antiquities of both the City and County Durham, and for other educational and cultural benefits.

In pursuit of these aims, the Trust set up and runs the Durham Museum & Heritage Centre which is based in the church. The trustees of the Bow Trust are as follows:

Chairman: Mr D. H. Jones (nominated by the City of Durham Trust)

Secretary: Dr A. G. Green (nominated by the Architectural and Archaeological Society)

Treasurer: Dr J. W. Brown (elected at the AGM)

Curator: Mrs J. M. Jones (elected at the AGM)

Dr J.D. Banham (nominated by the Durham County Local History Society)

Dr C. Barclay (nominated by the University of Durham)

Canon Brown (nominated by the Chapter Office)

Dr A. I. Doyle (elected at the AGM)

Councillor D. Freeman (nominated by the Durham County Council)

Mrs J. A. Gill (nominated by the City of Durham Trust)

Dr F. Lawson (nominated by the Trustees)

Dr C. Ludman (nominated by the PCC of St Oswald’s Church)

Miss M. McCollum (nominated by the Durham County Local History Society)

Mrs S. Rothwell (nominated by the Architectural and Archaeological Society)

The point of contact for the Trust is the secretary, Dr A. G. Green, who can be contacted by telephone on 0191 3782372 or by email.