The Tudorville & District Community Centre is run by the Management Committee who are all unpaid volunteers. The current membership of the committee is shown below.
Colin Gray (Chairman / Trustee)
Antony Lowther (Vice Chairman / Trustee)
Michelle Kings (Treasurer / Trustee)
Christine Cherington (Secretary)
Emma Ravenhill (Booking Clerk / Fundraiser)
Lisa Perry (Trustee)
Mark Williams (Trustee)
Beth Williams (Fundraiser)
TDCC are very grateful to past committee members who have played a big part in saving the building from closure, raising funds to improve the building or being part of the buildings committee; to include Toni Hall, Tina Knapman, Horace Downing, Pauline Forsyth, Alan Napthine, Theresa Napthine, Ian Gray, Brian Higgins, Neil Brooke and Richard Parry.
Shari Vandervelde was TDCC Activities Co-ordinator from September 2013 to October 2016 (a 3 year project funded by the Big Lottery).
In September 2016 the committee appointed Gosia Knights at TDCC Youth Club Co-ordinator.
Safeguarding & Child Protection Policy & Procedure
(Updated: October 2016)
Health & Safety Policy
(Updated: June 2015)
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