A charity in law

The Dartmoor Preservation Association operates as a charity in law. Members of the Board of Trustees have four key roles to play in contributing to the decision-making of the Association:

  • to determine the Association’s policies, and approve and monitor programmes to implement those policies including financial affairs;
  • to participate in the development of policy direction, strategic thinking and innovation within the Association;
  • to represent the Association, individually and corporately;
  • to work as a volunteer on the Board of Trustees to help achieve the objectives of the Association; also volunteer to carry out particular tasks on behalf of the Trustees (such as serving on a working group).

The Trustees and Officers of the Association :

  • act in accordance with the Association’s constitution and are accountable to the members.
  • always represent the Association and its mission in a positive and professional manner in all entities and at all levels.
  • have a responsibility in ensuring that the Association uses its resources prudently and in accordance with the law. We will endeavour to ensure the proper, effective and efficient use of the charitable funds and other resources.
Profiles of the DPA trustees can be found below the table of Trustees and Officers.

Trustees & Officers 2019/2020

Role Name
President Colin Turner
Chairman John Howell
Vice Chairman Graham Wall



Trustees Kate Ashbrook
Elizabeth Bailey
vacant
Chris Curry
Alison Clish-Green
William Fell
Claude Williams
Keith Ryan
John Skinner
Jane Marchand



Chief Executive Philip Hutt
Office Manager Fiona Senior
Finance Administrator Anne Johnson



Vice President Lady Kitson
Vice President Norman Cowling

 

Trustee profiles

Kate Ashbrook

Elizabeth Bailey

to come

Chris Curry

to come

Alison Clish-Green

to come

William Fell

Jane Marchand

 

Keith Ryan

John Skinner

Claude Williams