Bill Cubin's daughter is now technically retired from the museum but still keeps in touch with what we're doing with the collection. When she's not providing gentle guidance to Mark she loves babysitting her grandchildren.
Bill's oldest grandson Mark has been involved with the museum for most of his life. First helping out during school holidays, one of Mark's earliest memories is watching The Flying Elephants on his grandad's old 8mm projector. Mark now runs the museum full time and was instrumental in moving and expanding the exhibition.
Our newest volunteer Matthew is a lifelong Laurel and Hardy enthusiast, he looks upon the museum as a shrine to his favourite comedy duo. As a young fan, he wanted to visit regularly, but his visits felt like such a special treat (perhaps because his parents didn't share their son's enthusiasm), that Matthew thought it must be very expensive. So he decided to turn his growing collection of memorabilia into a museum that he could visit every day!