Join the Cynon Valley Museum Trust

We’re Recruiting For Trustees to Join Cynon Valley Museum’s Trust’s Board

Working to the CVMT’s values of sustainability, accessibility, progression, ambition, flexibility and representation, the board of trustees takes a leading role in managing the Cynon Valley Museum Trust.



Role Title: Trustee of Cynon Valley Museum Trust
Direct Report: Chair of the Board of Trustees
Salary: Voluntary
Term: Annual, role is elected at the Board of Trustees Annual AGM


Role Summary

The role of trustee is to ensure that Cynon Valley Museum Trust (CVMT), fulfils its role as a charity, working towards achieving its central activity as defined in CVMT’s constitution as;

“to advance the education of the public in the local history and heritage, preservation of buildings of historic and/or architectural importance and the industrial heritage of the Cynon Valley and elsewhere by the provision and maintenance of a museum and gallery in Aberdare”.

As a trustee you are part of a board of trustees who have overall control and are legally responsible for the management and administration of CVMT.



We welcome informal conversations from prospective applicants. Please contact William Tregaskes ( if you would like to discuss the role and the specification ahead of making an application.


To apply

Please send your CV to William Tregaskes, Museum Manager, via email.  Applications will be shared with Cynon Valley Museum Trust’s Board of Trustees.



Please contact us if you have any accessibility requirements to make your application.


The Cynon Valley Museum Trust is a registered charity (1161227) whose mission is: “to promote the education of the local community and beyond in relation to the local history, cultural heritage and the arts of the Cynon Valley”.

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