Turner’s House Trust is a registered charity 1111653 and is registered with Companies House. The Trust became the owners of Sandycombe Lodge in December 2010, following the death of the last owner, Professor Harold Livermore earlier that year. The trustees raised £2.4m for the restoration of Turner’s House and conservation was completed in the summer of 2017.
Turner House Trust – New Chair of Trustees
Turner’s House Trust is responsible for managing J.M.W. Turner’s House in Twickenham, one of the leading small historic houses in West London, which opened to the public in 2017 after substantial restoration. We are seeking to appoint an experienced person with an excellent record of achievement to join the Board and become the new Chair of the Trustees, as the current Chair plans to retire in 2019. This is an unpaid position and the time commitment is likely to be around 5 days a month. For practical reasons the Chair should live within easy reach of Twickenham.
To request the full job specification, please email the vice chair, Michael Deriaz (email@example.com). To apply for the position, please email a CV to Michael Deriaz together with a letter explaining why you believe you would be the right person to lead Turner’s House Trust. The closing date for applications is Sunday 30th June 2019. Further information about Turner’s House and the work of the Trust is available on our website www.turnershouse.org.
To view the job specification please click here: Turner’s House Trust Chair Job Spec
If you are looking for new volunteers to perform a number of exciting roles, including front of house, educational support and volunteer guiding. If you are interested in volunteering at Turner’s House please email Michelle Graabek at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Board of Trustees is responsible for the management of this historic property. Current trustees are:
Julia Bailey – Treasurer
Romy Murray – Secretary
Catherine Parry-Wingfield – Chair
Ricky Pound- House Director
The Royal Academy of Arts
Christopher Le Brun PRA
Professor Ken Howard RA OBE
|The National Heritage Lottery Fund|
|The Aldama Foundation|
|Andrew Lloyd Webber Challenge Fund|
|The Architectural Heritage Fund|
|ATG Charitable Trust|
|Basil Samuel Charitable Trust|
|The Charles Hayward Foundation|
|The John S Cohen Foundation|
|Country Houses Foundation|
|The de Laszlo Foundation|
|The Finnis Scott Foundation|
|The Foyle Foundation|
|The Friends of Turner’s House|
|Garrick Charitable Trust|
|Goldsmith’s Foundation Company|
|Heritage of London Trust|
|Leathersellers’ Company Charitable Fund|
|The Leche Trust|
|London Borough of Richmond upon Thames’s Civic Pride Fund|
|Mercers Charitable Foundation|
|Metropolitan Public Gardens Association|
|The Pilgrim Trust|
|The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Trust|
|Stephen Clark 1965 Charitable Trust|
|Sylvia Waddilove Foundation|
|Timothy & Mary Clode Charitable Trust|
|WD Foord Charitable Trust|
|The Wyfold Charitable Trust|
Turner’s House Trust would like to thank all the volunteers who have given their time and skills so generously over many years to help us reach the magnificent conclusion of our project to conserve J.M.W. Turner’s house in Twickenham. This very long list includes trustees, Friends of Turner’s House committee, guides, gardeners, stewards and many others. We look forward to adding many more names in the future as the story of Sandycombe Lodge enters a new phase as a small historic house, open to the public. It is a great achievement, and couldn’t have been reached without all your help.
The Turner Society
The Turner Society was founded in 1975 and has members worldwide. It is devoted to furthering the appreciation and understanding of the art of Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), who was not only Britain’s greatest painter but arguably the finest landscape and marine painter ever. Turner was enormously prolific, producing some 550 oil paintings, over 2,000 highly detailed and finely finished watercolours, and some 30,000 works on paper. His bequest to the nation is without doubt the greatest artistic legacy ever bestowed upon the United Kingdom (it is housed in Tate Britain, London, except for a few key works kept at the National Gallery).
The Society regularly mounts lectures and informal talks given by the world’s leading experts on the painter; it organises out-of-hours viewings of important public exhibitions of his work, as well as visits to the Study Room at Tate Britain where the Turner Bequest works on paper are held; and it arranges trips to see private collections that include works by Turner. In addition, it publishes a fine magazine, Turner Society News, which goes to all members twice a year, and it works tirelessly to deepen awareness of the range and power of Turner’s astonishing genius.
Thames Landscape Strategy
The Thames Landscape Strategy is a not-for-profit partnership for the river corridor between Weybridge, Hampton and Kew. Our aim is to understand, promote and conserve this special stretch of the river and to enhance its character – both natural and manmade.
Environment Trust is an environment and heritage charity based in South West London. We run local volunteer projects that bring people together to look after and enjoy the natural environment, green spaces and built heritage where they live.
Arts Richmond organises many events including a carefully selected programme of theatre visits, excursions and holidays, with pick-up from four points across the borough. Find out more
Orleans House Gallery Borough Art Collection
Several J.M.W. Turner related prints and engravings can be found in the Richmond upon Thames Borough Art Collection. Visit https://www.orleanshousegallery.org/collection/
This collection also includes 4,400 works in the Richmond Borough Art Collection.