Welcome to our new volunteers

We are delighted to welcome Alex Wiltshire and Nick Powlesland as our new volunteers.

Alex joins HCF following her recent retirement from her corporate administrator role for HPFT, the local NHS mental health trust. However Alex is already familiar with HCF as she volunteered with us over twenty years ago and we are delighted to welcome her back to HCF.

Nick is a Chartered Surveyor, who enjoyed a successful career in the UK and European property industry. He has recently retired from his role as Partner and Head of European Valuations for Knight Frank LLP. He is also a board member of the EMEA Regulatory Sub-Board of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and a Non-Executive Director of a Pan European Property fund.

We are also thrilled that Penny Williams JP DL, a past HCF trustee who stepped down in August 2018, is also volunteering as a grants assessor.

Alex, Nick and Penny all bring valuable skills and experience to HCF and we are honoured that they have chosen to volunteer with us. They will all be assisting our grants team to ensure that we continue to provide vital support to the local voluntary and community sector.

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