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Who's who

Treverbyn Community Hall runs thanks to a large, dedicated team of trustees, volunteers, staff and activity leaders. This is just a handful of the wonderful team who make our community special. There are many, many more friends of the Hall who make it a success. If you too would like to make a positive contribution to our lovely community please check out the volunteer page for further information. If you are at all unsure, any member of our regular team would be delighted to meet you to discuss their individual experiences of the Hall.

Fancy getting involved? Volunteer with is, get in touch with us on 01726 858657 or email [email protected] 

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Sara Marsh

Sara has been involved in the local community since 2007 and has progressed from Manager to CEO at The Hall. She is well known for her passion for the community which is proving to be highly infectious!
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Amanda Ellis

Amanda started as a volunteer at the Hall in 2016, keen to become involved with the greenspace. She was employed as Admin in 2017 and then worked her way up to Hall Coordinator, Volunteer Coordinator and now Manager. She enjoys walking with her two boys and two dogs, socialising, cinema and shopping.
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Kevin Marsh

Community Larder Manager
Kevin helped previously with the greenspace project but since COVID19 he found there was huge demand for food support. Kevin is in charge of the community larder which helps tackle food waste, saves the community money and any donations are put back into the Food Bag Supporters Scheme.

Nic Andersen

Habitat Creation Manager
Nic joined the team in 2019. She is extremely passionate about helping individuals, whatever their background or interest, feel empowered to do something in their own lives to help wildlife. She also works voluntarily with many community groups on outreach to help people understand the climate emergency and what can be done about it.
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Julia Murray

Julia joined the team in April 2021, helping us keep the Hall building all spick and span! She is originally from South Yorkshire but has lived in the village for almost 18 years now. She is very much a home bird, but loves spending time with her family and lovely cat, Hugo. She also enjoys eating out, crafting and curling up on the settee watching a boxset.

Carrie Castleden

Environment Matters Lead
Carrie has been involved with Treverbyn for many years in several roles and is currently working as a volunteer to run the Environment Matters series. Passionate about education, environment and community, she loves a quiet night in with family or friends.

Gill Wilson

Chair of Trustees
Gill has lived in the parish for 45 years but only really got involved with the hall in 2018 after retiring as a local midwife for 30 years. She became Chair of Trustees last October. Gill has helped with bag packing, phone support and at the vaccination centres during Covid. At home she likes to cook and spend hours in her garden. She also attends Keep Fit, Tai Chi, Salsa and is a Walk Leader.
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Sue Waterfield

Vice Chair of Trustees
Sue has been involved with the community garden and hall since the beginning. Sue has provided the team with exceptional guidance and support throughout. Sue retired from being a nursery school leader and moved to Cornwall to be near her daughter and family.
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Judi Harrison

Judi volunteered at Treverbyn community Hall, first in the café then in administration. She helped with events and joined some of the activities and really enjoys being part of the Hall’s community. Judi has gained a B.Sc. (Psychology and Sociology) which has been of great benefit to her in both her professional and private life.
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Jane Cox

Trustee & Secretary to the board
Jane has made her a career in public service. After growing up in Cornwall and attending Southampton university, she joined the Foreign Office and worked overseas for 12 years. Jane has enjoyed her years of travelling but is now appreciating a quieter life in Treverbyn with her husband and young son, growing veg. She's been an active volunteer with the charity mainly within the community garden.
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Carole Boag

Much of Carole's working life was in Africa – mainly in Zambia where she started by working at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka. Returning to the UK she worked both in the NHS and the private sector, running her own physio and sports Injury practice in South Wales for several years. She is now retired.
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Donald Boag

Trustee and Treasurer
After qualifying as an accountant, Donald moved to Africa, working for 20 years for a UK Development Organisation. On retirement, he returned to the UK and settled in Carluddon with his Cornish wife, Carole. With children in Australia, Ramsgate and Glasgow Donald and Carole like to travel as and when allowed. He currently serves as a Trustee and Treasurer of the Hall.

Follow our links to book a space on an event or book the hall. Or please call 01726 858657 or email [email protected]