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Left to right: Andrew Middleton - CEO; The Hon. Mrs Bayliss JP - Lord Lieutenant for the Royal County of Berkshire and President of Berkshire Community Foundation and Chris Barrett - Chair of Trustees.

Our total support to the voluntary sector in Berkshire:


Letter from the Chair of Trustees I am very pleased to report that the Foundation has made good progress during the year. We have a very clear focus on philanthropy and are committed to increasing our grant making capability year on year. This year we have delivered grants totalling £553,994 to voluntary groups and individuals across Berkshire despite significant reductions in statutory support and challenging economic conditions. Our commitment to developing has raised over £250,000 over the last two years and highlights the increasing popularity and importance of online giving. We also delivered £41,954 of grants from The Royal Wedding Fund and created £182,170 of Jubilee Funds. In February this year we invested £40,000 in a Social Finance Partnership focused on improving the outcomes for 1,740 disadvantaged young people aged 14 and 15; aimed at reducing the number that go on to become not in employment, education or training (NEET) at age 16. The progress to date on this initiative has been very encouraging. We are also delighted to have secured an additional £1,400,000 in Endowment during the year that will provide money for grants in perpetuity. The profile of the Foundation has been enhanced particularly as a result of The Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Garden Party at the Henley Business School in June last year with increased press and radio coverage across Berkshire. We have recently launched a Philanthropy Fellowship for Berkshire working in collaboration with the Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Community Foundations and are currently facilitating and participating in a number of events that will result in greater cooperation between voluntary organisations in Berkshire. Our achievements over the last year have only been possible as a result of the dedication and commitment of the Trustees and staff to whom we owe our grateful thanks. All in all a year of good progress indeed.

Chris Barrett, Chair of Trustees


Grants awarded Individuals supported

Local voluntary groups supported

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To keep people warmer and safer this winter

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Distributed in Comic Relief grants

Applications for grants Awarded from the Royal Wedding fund

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Raised through the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Fund


Connecting people who care with causes that matter

We exist to inspire a strong generous community in Berkshire where people work in partnership to enhance the quality of local life. Our ‘Think Local Give Local’ campaign encourages people to consider supporting the fantastic voluntary groups operating in Berkshire. We provide a link between donors and philanthropists and local needs, connecting people with causes and empowering individuals and organisations to make a lasting change in their communities.

Bracknell Forest Home-Start was awarded £5,000 to support its Family Group which meets weekly during term time to help families with young children who are going through a difficult time. The group provides much needed support outside the home, which may be additional to, or instead of, support from a home-visiting volunteer.

“We are really grateful to Berkshire Community Foundation for providing us with the funding to continue our Family Group, which is a lifeline for many of those attending it.” Tessa Dove, Scheme Organiser, Bracknell Forest Home-Start. 4

Our impact in the community During 2012/2013 we awarded 184 grants to local projects and 49 to individuals. With your support we apply our in-depth knowledge of the local community to award grants to a wide range of projects; targeting the funding to have the greatest impact and helping to build stronger communities and enrich lives by supporting organisations addressing the greatest need across the county.

Five A Day Market Garden was awarded £4,050 to run the ‘Green Art and Green Growing’ project. The participants have attended workshops in topics such as green gardening, conservation and green art, developing long term skills and knowledge that they have been able to share with their families and friends. Additionally, the workshops have encouraged people to eat healthily and get active.

“Funding from Berkshire Community Foundation has enabled Five A Day Market Garden to expand their educational opportunities to retired people living in Berkshire. Participants have had the opportunity to enjoy local seasonal food and increase their social networks through meeting other people with similar interests.” Pam Goddard, Project Co-ordinator, Five A Day Market Garden. 5

Supporting voluntary groups across the county

Working in partnership with the Berkshire Community Foundation, provides local charities and community groups with online fundraising webpages, as well as the opportunity to be part of a community that supports with fundraising, enabling organisations to become more effective and sustainable. This year voluntary groups have raised £181,904 through

“ has been our lifeline. Without this support network we wouldn’t exist and our community work, in particular for the elderly, would be poorer. has been a vital part of our fundraising for the Handbell Ringers and we have been able to raise much needed donations through the match fund campaigns which allows us to continue our work in the community.” Meg Hostler, Finchampsted Handbell Ringers.

Berkshire Autistic Society A grant of £9,965 from the Royal Wedding Fund was awarded to increase the number of carer visits and carer support group meetings. The funding enabled visits to124 parents in their homes offering advice, support and local information on health, schooling and handling disruptive behaviour. 6

SportsAble A Maidenhead based charity that promotes awareness of disability through sport and recreational activities was awarded a total of £2,000 from the Three Fund to continue its ‘Sunday Funday’ sessions. These sessions give local disabled children and their siblings a chance to explore sport and fun and games in their own time at their own speed.

Comic Relief Local Communities Programme Aik Saath work with people from all communities, faiths and backgrounds to promote and encourage peace, human rights and community cohesion through peer-led education. The group was awarded £9,000 from the Comic Relief Local Communities programme to train 20 young people in the conflict resolution project which equips young people with the knowledge, skills and experiences to make a sustained positive difference in their local community.

“I have learned new skills and gained a confidence I never had before. Helping some of Slough’s most troubled young people has been a great experience for me and I am looking forward to doing more to help my community.” Adira Wazir. 7

Grants awarded during the year Adviza Partnership Fund A bursary fund for young people for work assessments and pyschometric tests £6,300.00 Adviza Partnership

 erkshire Community Foundation B General Grants Targets projects meeting a need or addressing disadvantage across Berkshire £203.00 Wick Hill Women’s Institute £1,000.00 Whitley Community Church Trust £1,150.00 Volunteer Centre West Berkshire £400.00 The Hibernian Society £4,400.00 Rivertime Boat Trust £5,000.00 Reading Mencap £5,000.00 Reading Citizens Advice Bureau £5,000.00 Home-Start Bracknell Forest £2,500.00 FAST (Friendship and Support Team) £400.00 East to West Trust £792.27 Creativity in Sport £1,600.00 Community Savings & Loans Ltd £72.00 Britwell Youth & Community Project £440.00 Berkshire Youth £500.00 Berkshire REMAP £400.00 Berkshire East & South Bucks Women’s Aid £500.00 Arthritis Social Group Woodley District £2,580.00 Adviza Partnership

BCF Staff Giving Fund For charitable purposes chosen by BCF staff £750.00 Whitley Green Residents Association £10.51 Me 2 Club

Blagrave Fund for Older People To support elderly groups in Berkshire £2,540.80 ReadiBus


£2,500.00 Slough Senior Citizens Group £3,060.00 Reading Powerchair FC £5,000.00 Link Visiting Scheme £3,300.00 Konnections @ the Kerith £4,390.00 Frilsham Future Implementation Group £4,800.00 Friends of Albert Road Day Centre £5,000.00 Dingley Family and Specialist Early Years Centre £3,000.00 Churches In Reading Women’s Centre £600.00 Charvil Art Group £3,252.00 Berkshire County Blind Society £4,050.00 5 A Day Market Garden

£5160.89 GACAC Indviduals £500.00 Churches Together in Caversham £1,664.00 C.A.T.S. Young People’s Project £1,240.00 Berkshire Youth £2,960.00 Amethyst Resource Centre for Alcohol & Drug Education

Comic Relief Local Communities Fund

To encourage younger people to get involved with crime reduction activities £10,000.00 Britwell Youth & Community Project

Empowers local people to make a lasting change in their communities £3,146.00 Thames Valley Tigers Goalball Club £1,652.00 Sport in Mind £3,380.00 Rising Sun Arts Centre £5,000.00 Parenting Special Children £1,585.50 Me 2 Club £6,300.00 Family Friends in Windsor and Maidenhead £9,000.00 Aik Saath Conflict Resolution Group

Douglas Martin Grassroots Fund For cases of hardship or need, focussing on those being rehabilitated from crime £4,000.00 Berkshire Care Trust

Foster Wheeler Fund Supporting community groups across Berkshire £2,000.00 The Nicholas Mills Foundation (Trading as Drugfam) £2,000.00 Dingley Family and Specialist Early Years Centre

Blagrave Small Grants Direct Programme

Give a Child a Chance Fund

Support for voluntary groups working with older people, children, people injured or disabled in sport and the sick £1,129.00 Stroke Care for Newbury & West Berkshire £2,295.00 Spectrum Club

Makes a difference to the lives of disadvantaged children across Berkshire £3,000.00 Welford Parish Plan Steering Committee £2,092.00 The RAFT Club £3,000.00 Home-Start Reading

Herongate Fund Supports community projects in West Berkshire £1,350.00 Volunteer Centre West Berkshire

High Sheriff’s Grassroots Fund for Slough

High Sheriff’s Mock Trial Fund Giving young people an insight into the legal system £4,312.50 Berkshire Branch of Magistrates Association

Hitachi Fund Supports projects having a lasting effect on communities in Newbury £500.00 Living Paintings Trust £500.00 Children 1st West Berkshire

Kaye Family Fund Improving facilities and activities for young people, particularly within the field of sport £2,000.00 3rd Sandhurst Scout Group

Mars in the Community Fund Supporting projects promoting healthy active lifestyles, environment or education & training £4,157.53 Mapis Project CIC £1,900.00 Slough Recovery Team £2,000.00 Windsor Boys’ School Boat Club £651.14 Thames Valley Positive Support £1,500.00 SPICE £3,000.00 Slough YMCA £1,146.65 SL Dons FC £1,960.00 Recycled Teenagers Club £2,069.00 Mail Milap

£2,070.00 Maidenhead Nursery School £2,507.00 Holtspur School £2,000.00 Friends of Langley Park £3,097.00 East to West Trust £540.00 Dorney Youth Club £9,947.68 Creativity in Sport £2,000.00 C.A.T.S. Young People’s Project £5,680.00 Britwell Youth & Community Project £1,200.00 Bridge Trust Thames Valley £679.00 Bracknell Gymnastics Club £2,000.00 Berkshire East & South Bucks Women’s Aid £1,930.00 Berkshire County Blind Society £2,000.00 Beat Routes £1,200.00 Aik Saath Conflict Resolution Group £2,000.00 Age Concern Slough & Berkshire East £765.00 1st Langley Scout Group £2,000.00 1st Burnham and Hitcham Scout Group

Mayor of Wokingham Fund for Give a Child a Chance Offers help to disadvantaged children in Wokingham Borough £1,930.00 Peapods £3,000.00 Parents and Children Together £1,400.00 Home-Start Wokingham District £998.40 GACAC Indviduals 2012-13 £3,000.00 Dingley Family and Specialist Early Years Centre

Prudential Fund Making a difference in retirement £900.00 Young at Heart £6,000.00 The London Community Foundation £960.00 Arthritis Matters £1,140.00 Abbeyfield (Reading) Society

Reading Borough Council Winter Watch Fund Helps Older and Vulnerable people in Reading stay warm during the winter months £5,000.00 Paypoint

Sage Fund To support local people to nuture talent and/or provide life and employability skills £2,000.00 Wokingham Job Support Centre

£1,510.00 Whitley Community Church Trust £2,000.00 Thames Valley Positive Support £1,430.00 Reading Association for the Blind £410.00 East West Detox £2,000.00 East Reading Horticultural Therapy & Community Based Training Ltd £2,000.00 Earley Crescent Resource Centre £1,150.00 Bicycle Helmet Initiative Trust

£2,000.00 Clewer Youth & Community Centre £5,360.00 C.A.T.S. Young People’s Project £5,500.00 Bridge Trust Thames Valley £4,000.00 5th Windsor Scout Group

Wokingham Borough Council Community Fund

For groups improving the conditions of life and promoting social welfare for Slough residents £1,000.00 Slough Older People’s Forum £3,000.00 Slough Furniture Project (Homemaker) £2,000.00 Slough CVS £3,000.00 Slough Baptist Church £1,900.00 The New Langley Community Association £2,960.00 Art Beyond Belief £1,000.00 ABC to Read

Supports organisations working with disadvantaged groups in Wokingham £1,000.00 Wokingham Town Mobility £500.00 Wargrave Pop In Club £500.00 Wargrave Luncheon Club £1,000.00 Twyford, Wargrave and District Volunteer Centre £1,750.00 The Multiple Sclerosis Society,Reading,Wokingham & District Branch £1,000.00 Support Horizons £2,000.00 Just Around the Corner £500.00 Finchampstead Handbell Ringers £1,000.00 Earley Volunteer Driver Bureau £1,062.00 Dingley Family and Specialist Early Years Centre £3,200.00 Crossroads Care Wokingham £1,000.00 Berkshire County Blind Society £3,000.00 ASD Family Help

Surviving Winter

Royal Wedding Fund

Helps older people stay warm during the winter months £2,500.00 Age UK Berkshire £2,500.00 Age Concern Slough & Berkshire East

Supports carers groups across Berkshire £2,000.00 Wokingham, Bracknell & District Mencap £1,500.00 Windsor & Maidenhead Crossroads £3,000.00 West Berkshire Mencap £3,500.00 Triple ‘A’ (Ascot Area Alzheimers) Support Group £3,000.00 Slough Mencap £1,989.49 Me 2 Club £2,500.00 Dingley Family and Specialist Early Years Centre £1,500.00 Crossroads Care Wokingham £5,000.00 Crossroads Care Reading £2,000.00 Cameo £4,000.00 Bracknell Forest Voluntary Action £9,965.00 Berkshire Autistic Society £2,000.00 Age Concern Slough & Berkshire East

Sara Lee Hardship Fund Providing help for Sara Lee pensioners £480.00 Sara Lee Individual Grant Applicants

Slough Social Fund

Three Grassroots Fund Targets groups which benefit children and young people within Windsor & Maidenhead £4,000.00 Woodlands Park Youth Club £500.00 Windsor Baptist Church £3,000.00 SportsAble £800.00 South Ascot District Guide Association £2,000.00 Saturday Night Getaway £5,000.00 Windsor and Maidenhead Youth Counselling Service £3,600.00 Norden Farm Centre for the Arts £3,500.00 Maidenhead Carnival £2,000.00 Holyport Youth Club £1,290.00 Furze Platt Scout Group


Three Counties Diamond Jubilee Garden Party

In June our President, The Hon. Mrs Bayliss JP, together with the Lord Lieutenants for the Thames Valley hosted the Queen’s Three Counties Diamond Jubilee Garden Party at Henley Business School. From the event Berkshire raised £182,170 for the Jubilee Fund which is inspired by Her Majesty the Queen’s dedication to community service and charity work over the past 60 years. The money raised will be used to build a better future for all who live or work in the county and will address local needs such as social isolation, exclusion and deprivation, and support activities and initiatives which benefit Berkshire communities and local individuals.


Berkshire Philanthropy Fellowship In December we hosted a Celebration of Local Philanthropy at Henley Business School. The event launched the Berkshire Philanthropy Fellowship - a network of community philanthropists set up to inspire a greater culture of philanthropy in Berkshire. The Fellowship will bring together philanthropists wanting to connect to their communities and address some of the most pressing social needs across the county. The aim is to build a stronger culture of philanthropy across the UK unlocking more resources for communities.


Community First - Let’s make a difference Berkshire Community Foundation is currently offering a fantastic opportunity to make your donation go further with ‘Community First’. The programme, that ends on 31st March 2015, is a UK wide scheme funded by the Office for Civil Society (OCS).

Throughout this scheme all new donations however big or small will be matched - so for every £1 you donate, we can add a further 50p!

The Community First Match Challenge - How it works To meet this challenge, we need to raise £820,000 in donations that will be matched with £410,000 of government investment. The money you donate goes to the causes you care about now and grows over time to benefit the people and organisations you want to help in the years to come. It’s simple. Your contribution + Government match funding + Gift Aid and tax relief + investment income = a bigger fund to provide more help to those who need it, now, and in the future.

The Community First Endowment Fund: It’s like building a legacy in your lifetime.

+ £500

= £1,750 The total value of your donation

+ £250 Gift Aid

Government Match

£1,000* Your donation


*If you are a 40% tax payer, your actual donation would be £750.

How to Give through the Foundation Help us to build stronger communities and enrich lives. No matter what the size or type of gift you want to make, Berkshire Community Foundation will make sure your giving is rewarding, enjoyable and hassle free. We can help you make a meaningful and lasting relationship with your local community.

Your giving options Set up a Named Fund… A Fund in your name gives you the opportunity to choose causes and projects you care about most – over the years even small regular donations to your Fund will build an endowment, the income from which will then allow you to support the local causes and projects you care about most.

Join our Business Philanthropy Club…This is a vehicle for businesses to give effective, targeted funding to grassroots organisations and projects in their local communities.

Provide sponsorship or in-kind support… The Foundation provides opportunities for local companies to link with community projects through sponsorship of events and publications.

Give Online through… You can give online now by making a one-off donation or by setting up a regular payment directly to local charities and community groups.

And even better, your donations can be matched, via our Community First programme!

Support an Existing Fund…You can make one-off or regular donations to an existing Fund which matches your own interests – a geographical area or a particular area of need. Leave a Gift in your Will…For many people a legacy is the best opportunity to make a substantial gift and we guarantee to respect your wishes and provide help for future generations.

Become a Friend of the Foundation… We welcome support from all sections of the community. Becoming a Friend is one way of doing so. Our Friends are regular donors, providing an annual contribution. 13

Supporters 2012/2013 Berkshire Community Foundation would like to say a huge thank you to our individual supporters (who are not listed here to ensure their privacy), many office and fundraising volunteers, all of our supporters past and present, our Trustees, and the members of our committees. Each donation and every minute of your time is greatly appreciated.

Patron Panasonic UK Ltd.

Companies Barrett Howe, BDO LLP, Campbell Gordon, Chilton Farms Ltd, CSL Europe, Dexter Montague LLP, Foster Wheeler, Hitachi Capital Vehicle Solutions Ltd, Horsey Lightly, Mattel UK Ltd, Mars UK, McKay Securities, NG Bailey, Nike Group of Companies, Panasonic UK, Prudential UK, Reading Scientific Services Limited, Reading 107FM (First Friday Club), Redwood Technologies, Sage (UK) Limited, Sprite Services Ltd, TerraCycle UK Limited, Three.

Organisations 3Munkees, Borderline Morris, Bracknell Forest Borough Council, Caversham Children’s Centre, Empowering West Berkshire, Lambrook School, NHS Berkshire West & NHS Berkshire East, Office of the Lieutenancy for Berkshire, Reading Borough Council, Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead Council, Reading Voluntary Action, Skills Funding Agency, Slough CVS, Slough Youth Offending Team, Thames Valley Berkshire LEP, UK Community Foundations, Wates Foundation, Wokingham Borough Council.

Charitable Trusts & Foundations Berkshire Masonic Charity, Boyton Charity, Culra Charitable Trust Donnington Hospital Trust, Douglas Martin Trust, Dr Mortimer & Theresa Sackler Foundation, Englefield Charitable Trust, Haines Hill Charitable Trust, Henderson Charitable Trust, Herbert & Peter Blagrave Charitable Trust, Iliffe Charitable Trust, Lennox and Wyfold Foundation, Male Family Charitable Trust, Payne-Gallway Charitable Trust, Pelham Charitable Trust,


Robert McAlpine Foundation, Sir Richard Sutton’s Settled Estates, Sobell Foundation, Stevenson Family Charitable Trust, Tanner Trust, Turners Court Youth Trust.

In-Kind Donations A special thank you to those Companies who have provided us with in-kind donations. These are incredibly important to the Foundation as they ensure that we can keep our costs as low as possible, meaning more funds are available for grant-making. • • • • • • • • • • • •

Autonomy (part of HP) – IT & Backup Support Deloitte – Meeting rooms HSBC – Meeting rooms KPMG – Meeting rooms Panasonic – IT equipment Verbatim – Call Answering Blandy and Blandy – Pro bono legal support Berkshire Media Group – Mentoring, PR and event support The University or Reading and Henley Business school – Event Hosting Shoesmiths – Meeting rooms Nike Group of companies – Car Reading 107FM – Mentoring and PR

Personal and Business Philanthropy: Named Funds with the Foundation Our Fundholders are individuals and organisations who recognise our expertise in identifying community needs to ensure that their philanthropy achieves the greatest impact – enabling them to support the causes they care about the most. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

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Adam Clayton Fund Adviza Partnership Community First Fund Bayer Fund Berkshire Community Foundation Staff Giving Fund Berkshire Community Foundation Fund for Older People Berkshire Philanthropy Club Blagrave ‘Community First’ Strategic Impact Fund Blagrave ‘Grassroots’ Strategic Impact Fund Blagrave Fund for Older People Blagrave Online Development Worker Fund Blagrave Small Grants Direct Programme Boehringer Ingelheim Fund for Older People Comic Relief Local Communities Programme ‘Community First’ Fund for Bracknell Forest ‘Community First’ Fund for Reading ‘Community First’ Fund for Slough ‘Community First’ Fund for West Berkshire ‘Community First’ Fund for Windsor & Maidenhead ‘Community First’ Fund for Wokingham Deloitte Fund & Deloitte ‘Grassroots’ Fund Donnington Hospital Trust Fund for the Elderly Douglas Martin Fund Foster Wheeler Energy Fund & Foster Wheeler Energy ‘Grassroots’ Fund & Foster Wheeler Energy ‘Community First’ Fund Gertie ‘Grassroots’ Fund & Gertie ‘Community First’ Fund Give a Child a Chance ‘Grassroots Fund’ for Bracknell Forest ‘Grassroots Fund’ for Reading ‘Grassroots Fund’ for Slough ‘Grassroots Fund’ for West Berkshire ‘Grassroots Fund’ for Windsor & Maidenhead ‘Grassroots Fund’ for Wokingham

• Henderson Family Fund & Henderson Family ‘Grassroots’ Fund & Henderson Family ‘Community First’ Fund • Herongate Fund & Herongate ‘Grassroots’ Fund & Herongate ‘Community First’ Fund • High Sheriff’s Community Leadership Fund • High Sheriff’s ‘Grassroots’ Fund • High Sheriff’s Mock Trial Fund • Hitachi Fund for Newbury • Jubilee ‘Community First’ Fund • Kaye Family Fund • Lennox & Wyfold Fund for the Elderly & Lennox & Wyfold ‘Community First’ Fund • Mars in the Community Fund • Mayor of Wokingham Fund for Give a Child a Chance • Miss Ruth Ascher ‘Community First’ Fund • NHS Berkshire West Fund for Carers Respite Breaks & Services • NHS Berkshire East Fund for Carers Respite Breaks • Osborne Clarke Fund • Peter King Fund & Peter King ‘Grassroots’ Fund • Prudential Fund • Reading Council Winter Watch Fund • Redwood Technologies ‘Grassroots’ Fund & Redwood Technologies ‘Community First’ Fund • Sage Community Fund • Sara Lee Hardship Fund • Scrope Family ‘Community First’ Fund • Slough Social Fund • Surviving Winter Fund • ThreeUK ‘Grassroots’ Fund • Wokingham Borough Council Community Grants Fund • Wokingham Local Giving Partnership • Antony and Ursula Wood ‘Community First’ Family Fund


The Team Patron

Governance Committee

Marketing Committee

Panasonic UK Ltd.

Chris Barrett, Chair

Chris Barrett, Chair


Peter Mason

Simon Davies

Andrew Middleton

Peter Mason

Lady Stevenson DL

Andrew Middleton

Richard Taylor

Sue Ormiston

Susie Tremlett MBE

Antony Wood MSc

The Hon. Mrs Bayliss JP, Lord Lieutenant for the Royal County of Berkshire

Honorary Life President Sir Philip Wroughton KCVO DL

Vice Presidents Ian Campbell Christine Gabriel Lady Godsal DL Harry Henderson DL The Rt Hon the Lord Iliffe DL John Nike OBE DL Sir Hugh Stevenson Jane Wates OBE


Gordon West

Finance and Investment Committee

Joanne Stokes, Philanthropy Director Claire Tyrrell, Programmes Director

Chris Barrett

Bobbi Johal, Manager

Robin Boycott

Jess Nicholls, Programmes Manager

John Jenkins

Dave Soper, Online Development

Andrew Middleton

Helen Peedell, Executive Assistant

Torquil Montague-Johnstone Susannah Nicklin Andy Stevenson Susie Tremlett MBE Jane Wates OBE

Ramesh Kukar

Gordon West

Torquil Montague-Johnstone

Programmes Committee

Sue Ormiston

Susie Tremlett MBE, Chair

David Seward

Jess Cook

Lady Stevenson DL

Estlyn Davies

Gordon Storey DL

Christine Gabriel

Dick Taylor

Brenda Jenkins

Susie Tremlett MBE

Andrew Middleton

Emma Van Zeller

Beryl Pickford

Rev. Canon Allen Walker

Lee Teideman

Jane Wates OBE

Emma van Zeller

Gordon West*

Rev. Canon Allen Walker

Christine Weston JP DL

Jane Wates OBE

Antony Wood MSc

Christine Weston JP DL


Andrew Middleton, Chief Executive

Richard Griffith-Jones DL, Chair

Chris Barrett, Chair of Trustees Peter Mason*

Staff Team

*Retired June 2013

Thank you!

Connecting people who care with causes that matter

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