Trinity Fields Trust is seeking Trustees

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Trinity Fields Trust is seeking Trustees

Postby TrinityFields » Tue Jul 14, 2020 9:08 pm

Trinity Fields has been the home for sport since 1880s.   This unique green space was once the home ground of Harlequins, Casuals FC who played Spurs at the field in 1885 and London and Welsh RFC.  WG Grace made a century at this field in 1902, commenting that he would like ‘to carry the pitch away with him”
 
Today, Trinity Fields is managed by Trinity Fields Trust.   The Trust is a registered charity which aims to offer and encourage sport for young people, particularly to those who live in Lambeth and Wandsworth.  The Trust actively seeks to make its sports pitches accessible to those without financial means.  The Trust has a 50-year lease on the fields and is therefore able to and indeed must plan for the long term. 
 
They are looking for enthusiastic volunteers to bring their experience, skill and knowledge to our Board of Trustees.  The Trust has a small Board and proactive involvement is essential.  Succession planning for some current Trustees means that new trustees should think of this as a five plus year plan and should expect to take on increasing responsibility over the coming years.  This is an exciting time for Trinity Fields. 
 
They are particularly interested to hear from people with a background and experience in: -
 
  • Operational management
  • law,
  • finance,
  • project management,
  • fundraising, marketing/PR,
  • youth sport or youth work in Lambeth/Wandsworth.
 
If you are interested in connecting with your local community and willing to support sport to children and young people in this area, then please apply.   Be part of the team that will ensure that all children in Wandsworth and Lambeth have access to great sport now and into the future at Trinity Fields.
 
If you would like to apply, or require further information please send an email with your CV by 8th August to:
 
 
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