Trustees are currently (Feb 2023) finalising appointment of a Centre Manager, who they anticipate will be in post before the summer season starts in earnest.
Paul took over as chairman of TRAC in Sep 2020. He runs a pig farm supplying pork to high end retailers and also grows cereal crops for the food and cosmetic industry, just outside Newent. He is an active member at his church, preaching throughout Gloucestershire and Herefordshire whenever the opportunity arises. He is married to Ioana, who is a manager at a local church coffee shop. They have a 3 year old daughter Lydia, and whenever possible love to explore God’s wonderful creation.
Mel is a Senior Quantity Surveyor who lives locally with Rebecca his wife. He helps out regularly at TRAC as a volunteer.
Des is a retired Senior Civil Servant, who grew up locally. He is also qualified electrician and is responsible for overseeing the construction and maintenance of the site. As a teenager, he knew both Tom and his wife Ivy, visiting their farm on Sunday evenings after the church service along with other young people.
Arthur is a retired Chartered Accountant. He has acted as TRAC Treasurer since 2007.
Graham is a retired Metallurgist and former Chartered Engineer who worked for BSI as a quality systems assessor. He lives locally and is a Region Director for Scripture Distribution for Good News for Everyone (formerly GideonsUK).
Phil retired in July 2011, having worked for 25 years as a rocket scientist. From August to December 2011, he toured as a roadie, driving a Christian rock band around the USA. On his return to the UK, he worked two days a week at the Gloucester Foodbank as a white van driver and as the director of operations, a role he remains in now. Phil volunteers at TRAC for two days every week helping to carry forward the many projects on the go here. He also runs an archery club that meets on a Tuesday night every week and most weeks he donates one day of his time to the Gloucester Warwickshire Steam Railway where he is a member of the Lineside Clearance team and a chainsaw/brush cutter operator. Spare time activities include electronics, gardening and general DIY.
Mike is a Minister of Religion, the author of the Missing Peace booklet and other books, and a member of Western Way Chapel.
Ed is a relative of Tom Roberts and a farmer, he joins the Trustees when farming allows.
Rebecca is a relative of Tom Roberts and a primary school teacher in Gloucester.