Charitable trust seeks trustees

Boundary final King's Cross Community Projects started life just 18 months ago. It is a registered charity that aims to improve the area within a half mile of the station. The first project being undertaken by the trust is the Wharfdale Road greenwall project funded by the London Borough of Islington.

The Trust is seeking two new voluntary trustees to join the existing board. If you have an interest in urban regeneration projects that concentrate on improving the environment and providing public art, this maybe a role for you.

Can you bring fresh ideas, enthusiasm and willingness to undertake some voluntary work using your relevant skills and expertise?

Are you a team player looking for team mates to play with in the broad field of developing your community?

Do you want to feel like you are really contributing to making King's Cross an area to be proud to live and work in?

Send us a short email, no more than the equivalent of one side of A4 ideally, explaining what you can bring to the trust and why you'd like to join us. If you'd like to include a CV, feel free. Please state clearly your connection to the area covered by King's Cross Community Projects.

Visit our website for more information.

Email us at kccp@cookie.org.uk

About Sophie Talbot

Sophie runs a small business designing websites for small businesses and community groups. http://www.cookiewp.com She also manages King's Cross Community Projects http://www.kccp.org.uk
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