Committee Members

Rachael Hobbs: Business Advisor at Social Business Wales (reSource partner since 2019) – a chartered Marketer with over 20 years of business development and operational experience and a focus on creating opportunities for women furthest from the labour market.

Mike Van Der Eijk: Psychotherapist and a member of the UK Council for Psychotherapy and Ruthin Town Councillor, committed to climate action for the protection of future generations.

Aisha Warburton, MCIPD: 10 years’ experience as a Board level HR Director specialising in diversity and inclusion.

Mair Davies: a local and passionate environmental campaigner who launched Plastic Free and composting initiatives in Ruthin and Llangollen. Born and raised a farmer's daughter from a rural Denbighshire community, Bryneglwys near Ruthin.

Robyn Lovelock, MBA: 20 years' experience managing local and international projects including behaviour change campaigns; currently a Programme Manager for the North Wales Growth Deal, Llangollen Town Councillor and Chair of Llangollen Cittaslow Committee.

Kate Surry: Mold Repair Café Organiser, community CE activity

Marguerite Pearce: Y Ty Gwrydd, Director of community hub facilitating community CE activity and carbon reduction

Beth Ward: Owner and Director, Drosi Bikes, active travel, bike repair, recycling bikes.

Rod William: Crest Co-operative, as a North Wales social enterprise and charity with a focus on reuse. Crest - in line with their organisations work will support the project in sourcing and maintaining tools for the library of things.

Jozsef Vass: Ruthin Friends of the Earth and founder of Ruthin Repair Café and Library of Things.

Andrea Mearns: Cittaslow Mold, UK and International, co-founder of Mold Plastic Reduction Mold Town Councillor and professional in graphic design, communication and marketing.

Warren Davies: Llangollen and District Friends of the Earth, Llangollen Repair Cafe, community climate action.

Heulwen Wright: Dee Valley Volunteer Coordinator for the Llangollen Repair Workshops.

Lowri Evans: Community Officer for Grŵp Cynefin Housing Association, Repair Café Dinbych.

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