Moseley Park and Pool Trust
The Park is owned and operated on behalf of the local community in South Birmingham by a Charitable Trust – the Moseley Park and Pool Trust (registered number 1115870), with a Board of Trustees who manage the assets of the Trust. Their duties and responsibilities are defined in the Articles and Memorandum of Association and these are approved by the Charity Commission. Currently there are four Trustees, whose details are given below. However the Trust wants to increase this number and is actively seeking applications from interested individuals.
How to become a Trustee
The Trust intends to appoint three more trustees this year, to start as soon as possible, ideally in time for the Board meeting next month on 26 March 2018. We are looking for individuals with a strong commitment to conserving, maintaining and developing the Park as a valuable local asset for the whole Community to enjoy. Expertise and experience in one or more of the following ares would be valuable but not essential: fundraising, marketing and communications; business management, IT systems, planning and construction, community links, legal work, park and facilities management.
Applications consisting of a single-sided letter, outlining your interest(s) in the Park and what you might be able to contribute, should be sent to Professor Trevor Hocking, Chair of Moseley Park and Pool Trust, 65 St Mary’s Row, Moseley, Birmingham, B13 9EX, to whom enquiries can also be addressed (firstname.lastname@example.org). There is no closing date, but applications received by the end of February will be particularly welcome.
David was born and bred in Birmingham (Yardley Wood) and has been a member of the Park for over 30 years. He was employed by West Midlands Police for over 42 years and he is also the Secretary of the Parks Angling Club where he organises all the fishing contests throughout the year and an Annual Children’s Fishing Contest in August. This is open to all children under the age of 16 years, not just members’ children.
Prof Trevor Hocking
Born in London, but has lived and worked in the Midlands for 44 years. Formerly Prof of Applied Biology and President of the Association of Applied Biologists, also with experience of running a research and consultancy business. Now retired with continuing interests in agriculture and woodlands. Currently co-chair of Moseley in Bloom and as a trustee will take a particular interest in strategic planning, environmental and educational matters.
Jonathan has lived in Moseley for the last ten years and in Birmingham for the last twenty. He is a forensic accounting partner with a global firm and volunteers his time on the NSPCC’s Audit & Risk committee, but his love of the Park & Pool comes from enjoying the seasons (and the festivals!) with his wife and three children.
Bernard Hewson is Head Groundsman and Park Ranger with responsibility for vehicle repairs. Bernard has worked part time at Moseley Park for 10 years. He is an enthusiastic wild life conservationist and is particularly interested in recording bird life in the Park.
Garry Dawes is a Park Ranger with wild life responsibilities. Garry has worked part time at Moseley Park for 8 years. He is an enthusiastic wild life conservationist. Unfortunately part of his duties involves burying or disposing dead wildlife. Over the years this sad task has included a badger, fox, cygnets, geese, ducks, coots and large fish.
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