The Gloucester 1682 Trust appoints a Head of Development

The Gloucester 1682 Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of the Head of Development, Rosie Littlehales, who joined the Trust on 17th April. Rosie brings with her a wealth of experience including delivering a major funding programme for the Government Office for Yorkshire and The Humber, and as Development Manager at the Royal Pavilion & Museums Trust, Brighton.   Henry Cator OBE DL, Chair of the Gloucester 1682 Trust Development Committee said ”the ambitions of the Trust are extensive – to continue with conservation work, support our academic research partners and ultimately to provide extraordinary experiences for the public to enjoy.  Rosie’s appointment enables us to get started on those projects far more quickly than we would otherwise be able to do and we’re thrilled she’s onboard.”   Rosie added ”I am really delighted to have the opportunity to work with the Trust on the most important maritime archaeological discovery since the Mary Rose. We look forward to deepening our understanding of 17th century maritime and social history, and to sharing the extraordinary story of the Gloucester’s last voyage.”