We are delighted to announce the appointment of four new trustees to the board of Unlock – Mark Day, Faye Goldman, Leigh Hardy and Mark Rowe – who took up their posts in June. They bring with them a wealth of skills and experience that will ably assist the continued good governance and development of Unlock and we look forward to working with them.
At the same time we say a fond farewell to three of our longstanding trustees – Andrew Henley, Linda Pizani-Williams and Val Woodcock who will stand down in July. We are grateful for all their hard work and dedication over many years. Although they stand down as trustees, all have pledged their continued active support of Unlock in the future.
Zoe Veater, who joined the board in 2015 will take over the role of Chair from Andrew.
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