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Gemma Pearce

 

"I am currently responsibile for our communications, marketing, online  and social media presence. I manage our memberships, our office in Swallowfield and I am the bookkeeper. I provide administrative support to the team, Tim and our Board of Trustees and oversee our Adult Community Learning contracts"

Wendy Dacey

 

"I have been the Community Buildings Adviser with CCB since 1998. I work with volunteers who run village and other community halls throughout the county, providing advice and information on changes in the law affecting public buildings, funding, health and safety issues etc as well as producing newsletters and organising training sessions."

Helen Dean

 

"I am working on projects giving advice and guidance to those in fuel poverty, and training to practitioners who can pass on information to their clients. My current projects include 'Fuel Poverty Champions', where I am visiting people to give help and advice on ways to reduce their energy costs, giving talks to small groups, doing drop-in sessions for advice at venues such as childrens centres, and providing training. Under another project 'Energy Best Deal' I have given talks to older people's groups on how to change energy supplier and get the best deal on energy."

Tim Parry

 

"I took on the role of Chief Officer for CCB in March 2012, having been with the organisation for over 10 years. My responsibilities focus on ensuring that the staff team are well supported with their work in delivering CCB’s charitable objectives and looking for new ways in which we can support thriving communities and active citizens."

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Arlene Kersley

 

"In West Berkshire I am the Rural Housing Enabler. I work with our rural communities to identify people who cannot access housing on the open market. Where there is local support I help bring together the community, local landowners, Housing Associations and West Berkshire District Council to develop homes for local people. In Windsor and Maidenhead I focus on Neighbourhood Planning, working with groups to help them identify the evidence they need to develop strong local policies that support sustainable communities."

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The people who make Community Council for Berkshire great

 

CCB is governed by a board of trustees who work with us to provide a strategic overview about the direction and operation of the charity. All trustees volunteer their time for this role.

 

Vice Presidents: Christine Gabriel & Julian Chadwick

 

Trustees:

 

• Grenville Annetts, Chairman

* Lawrence Spillar, Honorary Treasurer      *  Sara Charlesworth                                  

• David Coppinger                                        * Jonathan Cole

 

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Jayne Kirk

 

"I am fairly new to the team. I have knowledge and experience across the broad spectrum of the local Town and Parish Council sector and I am CiLCA (Certificate of Local Council Administration) qualified. My role as County Officer for the Berkshire Association of Local Councils is to support town and parish councils to be efficient, professional and responsive to the needs of their communities. I provide advice, information and training for councillors and clerks to keep them up to date with the constantly changing legislative framework within which they work."