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Beaford Arts Honorary Treasurer

Job Title: Beaford Arts Honorary Treasurer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: South Molton
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Reference: BA090720
Contact Name: Anita Jellings
Contact Email: anitajellings@gmail.com
Job Published: July 09, 2020 14:38

Job Description

The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .The Board of Trustees of Beaford (Arts) is seeking to appoint a volunteer Honorary Treasurer Board member to maintain an overview of the organisation’s financial affairs and to work in conjunction with the Director and the Board Chair to help to maintain its financial viability and resilience and to help ensure that proper financial records and procedures are maintained.

Beaford is a North Devon based charity and aims to connect artists and communities within the region by finding entertaining and extraordinary ways to explore our land, lives and future. We work with local communities and schools to present high quality arts-based events and activities in rural North Devon and have  built up an impressive suite of interactions over 50 years of working in the region.  We are responsible for the Beaford Archive, a photographic record of people in rural North Devon which contains more than 80,000 images by James Ravilious and Roger Deakins: this is considered to be “...a unique body of work, unparalleled, at least in this country, for its scale and quality”.  Beaford also increasingly links with current environmental issues: rural North Devon is a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve - part of a global network of special places inspiring a positive future by connecting people and nature. We are proud partners of this Reserve and we have recently been working with communities to raise awareness of the designation and promote action through projects such as Plastic Free North Devon. We are an Arts Council NPO.  See https://beaford.org/ for more about our work.

Beaford is based at South Molton, Devon and the Honorary Treasurer would be required to attend a minimum of four quarterly Board meetings and to participate in regular meetings of the Finance and Administration sub-group throughout the year, usually at the South Molton office.

For more information and details of the application process, please contact the Chair of Trustees (Tom Langdon-Davies)  at tomgld1@aol.com .

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