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Our board of Trustees

Our Trustees work behind the scenes to keep us on track. Anyone can apply to be a Trustee and new Board members are formally voted in to their role during our Annual General Meeting each year.

Charlotte Harris (c) Tom MarshallEver thought of becoming a Trustee?

We are always looking for Trustees to join our Board, bringing with them the skills and dedication needed to help us continue to look after local wildlife and help people care for and connect with nature. Every year at our AGM, our members have the opportunity to elect the Board. With a maximum two terms of four years as a Board member, we need new Trustees each year to meet our minimum requirements as those who have fulfilled their terms step down.

If you would like to discuss becoming a Trustee, please call 01948 820728 for an informal discussion with our Chief Executive, Charlotte Harris, or email charris@cheshirewt.org.uk

Our current Board of Trustees:

Chris Koral (Chair)

Chris was formerly head of Strategic Partnerships and Initiatives at the Northwest Regional Development Agency (NWDA), with specific responsibility for working with a range of partners to improve economic prosperity across Cheshire and Merseyside.

In his role with the NWDA, Chris was involved in a number of land restoration and environmental improvement projects with direct benefits for nature conservation, including the reclamation of Ashton’s and Neumann’s Flashes in Northwich.

Born in Weaverham and now living in Cuddington, Chris has a longstanding interest in the natural and economic history of Mid-Cheshire, stemming from many hours spent exploring Owley Wood and surrounding areas in his childhood, when he developed a particular passion for bird watching. Married with two very active teenage children, Chris spends his spare time gardening, crown green bowling and supporting Crewe Alexandra.

Helen Carey OBE DL