Collection Care & Transport service

Bucks Museum is fortunate to have 4 professional curators who are experts in their subjects with many years of experience looking after museum and historic house collections. 

Our Curators

(From left to right)

Will Phillips – Keeper of Social History 

Will’s areas of interest within the museum’s wide-ranging social history collections include costume and textiles, traditional crafts.

Mel Czapski – Keeper of Art  

At the museum she specialises in English art and artists connected to Buckinghamshire such as John Nash, Clare Leighton and John Piper as well as British studio ceramics from 20th century.

Mike Palmer – Keeper of Geology and Natural History

Brett Thorn – Keeper of Archaeology 

Collection Care

We currently look after several collections belonging to other heritage organisations at the Resource Centre, which has full environmental controls in the stores. 

Please contact the Museum Director on if  you are interested in discussing how Bucks Museum can help look after your collections in our stores.

Visit the Stores (currently closed)

Collections are stored at our Halton Resource Centre and when all restrictions have been lifted groups of up to 20 people can book to visit Halton for a paid tour of the stores and highlights of the collections led by our professional curators. 

Exhibitions Officer and Van Hire

We have an experienced Exhibitions Officer and a van equipped for transporting heritage artefacts of all kind, which can be hired to help you move your artefacts.

Please contact the Museum Director on to discuss services and prices.

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