Published: 16th December 2015

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The latest Trustee call

30 March 2020 update: The Trustee nomination process closed on Tuesday 3 March 2020 at midday. We had a wonderful response and as there are 12 candidates for the seven vacancies, there will be a postal ballot of members (all being well). Five vacancies are for three years, one vacancy is for two years and one vacancy is for one year.

Being a Trustee is a way of helping to shape the work of the Trust, and of contributing your skills and knowledge to areas of work from conservation and lobbying government to financial management. The Board of Trustees needs a wide range of skills. On this occasion the Trust would particularly welcome people expert in human resources; outdoor learning and education; fundraising; digital marketing; communications; and visitor or retail management. We would also particularly like to see more women coming forward, as well as members from across all age groups and ethnic backgrounds from across the UK.

Meet our current board of Trustees and read their candidate statements