New Chairman Of William Hogarth Trust

Vanda Foster takes over as Val Bott steps down after six years in the role

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The Annual General Meeting of the William Hogarth Trust has elected Vanda Foster as its new Chairman.

Vanda is a curator by training. She ran Gunnersbury Park Museum until her retirement in the summer of 2014 and was for a time also responsible for Hogarth’s House. A textile specialist, she worked previously at the Museum of London. She has contributed to Hogarth’s House events and exhibitions and was previously the Trust’s minutes secretary.

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Vanda Foster

Val Bott, Chairman for the last 6 years, stood down at the AGM as the constitution requires. She will continue to be the Trust’s representative working on the Mulberry Garden Project at Hogarth’s House.

The trustees are Francis Ames-Lewis (Hon Treasurer), Jason Bowyer, Marcia Hurst (Minutes Secretary), Sally Jeffery, Martin Postle, Sheila O’Connell (Vice-Chairman) and Treve Rosoman. In addition Val Bott, Rosalind Elliott and Anna Jackson are members of the executive committee.

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July 4, 2017