CCB is recruiting Trustees

Published: 12 March 2024

Would you like to work with a charity to help improve rural communities in Berkshire?

Connecting Communities in Berkshire (CCB) is looking to recruit two new Trustees to its board.

CCB is a local, independent, Berkshire-based charity with 50 years of experience in community development work. It is an active member of the Action with Communities in Rural England (ACRE) network. Its vision is for all communities in Berkshire to be strong, resilient, sustainable, and able to control their own futures. CCB’s purpose is to inspire action at a community level to improve people’s quality of life.

The charity is seeking enthusiastic individuals who would like to help improve community life in Berkshire to join its Board of Trustees. This is a non-remunerated post but out-of-pocket expenses such as travel are payable.

CCB is particularly interested in hearing from those with a background in human resources and/or experience of working on a parish/town council, or from someone who is a great communicator and would enjoy attending events/networking on behalf of the charity.

The role of Trustee could suit someone with more time to offer, who could be more involved in helping the team complete key tasks, or someone with limited time but who could attend meetings and help make important decisions.

Please e-mail if you are interested or, to find out more about the charity and its current projects, please see the CCB website.