I have experience working with Charities including supporting them in achieving their aims and objectives. Work has included the purchase of buildings and sites, obtaining planning and listed building consents and designing alterations and repairs to buildings often in association with grant claims and other forms of fundraising, writing feasibility studies and conservation plans.
During 2021 Marloes Conservation worked with Nathan Goss Conservation to deliver a feasibility study for Pencerrig, the birth place of the Welsh Artist, Thomas Jones, for the Thomas Jones Pencerrig Trust CIC.
In 2014 I worked with the Marloes & St Brides Village Hall Committee to deliver improvement works to the village hall. The project received support from the Big Lottery Fund’s Awards for All programme. Works included removal of asbestos, re-slating of the roof, electrical fit out, a new kitchen, removal of a suspended ceiling and the restoration of the original interior.
Marloes natives are known locally as Gulls. As part of the opening ceremony we created some templates of seagulls, cut and donated by a local joinery firm, these were painted gulls by residents of the village which now adorn the west wall of the hall.