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Sue Minter is a semi-retired professional horticulturist and a past president of the Chartered Institute of Horticulture.
From early childhood Wilbert Smith has had a deep-rooted interest in people, their history, culture and livelihoods. Trained as a development planner, he has served rural and urban communities in the Caribbean, South Asia, West Africa and the UK.
Stephen has held senior management positions at Southern Arts, the Community Fund and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Sarah Staniforth CBE
Sarah Staniforth worked for the National Trust from 1985-2014 in a number of roles including Historic Properties Director, Museums and Collections Director and Head Conservator.
Evelyn retired as Chief Executive of South West Lakes Trust, (the South West region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity) and Wheal Martyn Trust in July 2015.
Tamsin Daniel began her career in heritage as a volunteer at Newlyn Art Gallery while at school in Cornwall, and this inspired her to enter the museum profession.
Over the last 30 years, Phil Collins has worked for environmental and heritage organisations, including government agencies, local authorities, museums, environmental and architectural consultancies and the charitable sector.
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