Charles worked in “venture capital” finance for over 30 years. He and his family enjoyed many holidays around the Helford before he and his wife Claire moved here in 2010. Charles is a keen sailor with “several small boats in varying condition”.
Emily has an inherent knowledge of the self-catering market and a love of Cornwall, the Helford River and design. Her interests include sea swimming, yoga, pilates, cycling, mindfulness and coastal life with her dogs and children.
Formerly Head Teacher of Mawnan Primary School Randall joined the board of trustees in 2018.
Peter has loved sailing on the Helford since their first holiday there in 1964. He has been involved with the HRCST since it was set up by his Step Father, and he shares the vision of confidence through single handed sailing having seen it in his own children.
Coralie has worked for many years in the voluntary sector and in local government. Having witnessed her own children thrive as they learnt to sail with HRCST she shares the ambition to offer this opportunity to children of all abilities.
Tom has been involved with HRCST since its establishment by his late Father. He brings considerable business experience to the Trustee Board.
Tony held several operational and board positions in International high-tech businesses. His charity experience comes from 18 years as trustee, including 10 years as Vice-Chair and then Chair of North Hampshire Hospices. His focus with HRCST has been fundraising and organisational development. He enjoys travel, and gardening; fishing from his boat around the Helford, and plays golf (badly).
After an international career of senior positions in the Hotel and Resort Industry, Jonathan is delighted to take on the challenges of the Trevassack lake project. Since becoming a Trustee in 2016, he has been responsible for the strategic masterplanning of the project, as well as overseeing all the design elements.
Simon has been at the helm of the Trust as CEO since July 2018 steering it through an exciting time of development. Simon is passionate about watersports and has first-hand experience of how children can benefit from the activities the Trust provides.
Helen has a background in arts management, fundraising and marketing which she is putting to good use at HRCST! One of Helen’s most memorable family sailing adventures is crossing Carrick Roads in brisk winds in a well-worn mirror dinghy. We all lived to tell the tale.
Thea has recently joined our land-based team to keep everything running efficiently at HQ. As a mum of two she understands the importance of outdoor activities to the wellbeing of children and families. Her hobbies include hiking and canicross.