The Trust aspires to being a benchmark for well-being in terms of awareness and support for both Physical and Mental Health. Our ethos is to promote an entrepreurial organisational culture with continued investment in talent management whilst always recognising the amount of time required to invest properly in people.
People have always been at the heart of the Dockyard and the local community has supported this special place for many generations. We are extremely fortunate today to continue to have an excellent workforce, made up of staff and volunteers. We will continue to be an open and welcoming organisation to people from all backgrounds and invest in our people to benefit our organisation.
We will meet this goal through:
In meeting our investment in people and wellbeing goal, we are committed to ensuring that Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust remains a 21st Century organisation that values its committed staff and volunteer teams. That encourages them to exceed expectations across all areas of the organisation, leading to greater returns in both charitable benefit and financial success. With this is mind, we have set the following objectives:
As with the rest of the world, Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust is closely monitoring the situation around the global pandemic of COVID-19.
It is with sadness that following UK Government guidelines we have closed our visitor attraction to the public until further notice.
This closure also extends to Call the Midwife Official Location Tours.
Whilst outside of our control, we apologise for any inconvenience caused during this difficult time and would like to thank all our visitors for their understanding during this challenging period.
We are taking forward orders and enquiries for business ‘post lockdown’ – Master Ropemakers Ltd, film & TV productions, Call the Midwife tours, group travel, weddings, corporate hospitality and conferences.
Last updated: 28 May 2020