trustee roles in England

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  • NBN Trustee / Treasurer

    • The NBN office is based in Nottingham. Board of Trustee meetings are held in London.
    • This is a voluntary role and so unpaid.
    • National Biodiversity Network

    Seeking a new Trustee who will also take on the role of Treasurer, a key responsibility which is crucial to the good financial governance of the NBN.

  • Trustee

    • Henfield, West Sussex
    • Unpaid
    • Sussex Wildlife Trust

    We are looking to continue to reflect key business experience through our board of trustees and are seeking to recruit two additional representatives.

  • Board Trustee To Help Horses

    • Alderley Edge, Cheshire
    • Volunteer Role
    • CVSCE - Community Voluntary Services Cheshire East

    The Positive Herd Project is an equine welfare organisation currently in the process of registering as a CIO. We're looking for board trustees.

  • Charity Trustee

    • Knutsford, Cheshire
    • Volunteer Role
    • CVSCE - Community Voluntary Services Cheshire East

    Small, vibrant, Knutsford based gardening charity, seeks volunteer trustees to join the existing board which steer and control our activities.

  • Trustee

    • Kingston Upon Thames (City/Town), London (Greater)
    • Unpaid role
    • Kingston Mental Health Carers' Forum

    Charity trustee

  • Trustee and Treasurer

    • Crewe, Cheshire
    • Volunteer Role
    • CVSCE - Community Voluntary Services Cheshire East

    Act as a trustee for the Motherwell Cheshire CIO, to oversee the accurate and reliable management of the finance function within the Charity.

  • Trustee

    • Northwich, Cheshire
    • Volunteer Role
    • CVSCE - Community Voluntary Services Cheshire East

    Cheshire Centre for Independent Living is looking to recruit new Trustees to help oversee running of the organisation