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Victoria Green


Victoria began volunteering with the Museum of Leathercraft in 2014 after graduating from the University of Birmingham with a BA Hons in Archaeology and Ancient History, specialising in heritage management. She is currently working towards her Museum Studies MA at the University of Leicester. Victoria is responsible for all aspects of the museum collection, including buildings, care, exhibitions and staff. At the moment, Victoria’s work is focused on making improvements to the long-term storage and documentation of the museum collection, planning new exhibitions and maintaining research partnerships. When she is not at the museum, Victoria volunteers her time as a heritage consult for Northamptonshire Police’s historic collection.

David Barrow

Chairman of Trustees

David Barrow has been chairman of the trustees of the Museum of Leathercraft for number of years. He is a local Northampton businessman running his family business Haddonstone but can trace his family leather connections back 4 generations of tanners. He is also a Liveryman of the Leathersellers’ Company of the City of London which maintains his contacts with leather. He serves on the Leathersellers’ Leather Trade Committee. One of his main ambitions as a trustee of the Museum is to find a new home within Northampton that is in keeping with the amazing collection and therefore to bring it to a wider audience.

Small Group Of Volunteers Standing Together


Running the museum would not be possible without the invaluable support of the volunteer team who contribute in so many ways, from undertaking research projects, greeting visitors and giving tours- the list is endless. Please keep an eye on our page for current opportunities.

Museum of Leathercraft
Grosvenor Shopping Centre
Union Street

01604 745681